Senior Digital Reporter
Sloan Smith is a senior digital reporter at Eyewitness News, covering a diverse range of beats, from politics and crime, to environment and human interest. She began her training in journalism at the College of The Bahamas, where she earned a B.A. in Media Journalism and participated in several student organizations, namely: C.O.B.U.S, senator for the School of Communication and Creative Arts, and Rotaract Club, member. Upon graduating, Sloan got her start working in the press as a staff reporter at The Nassau Guardian and soon after, landed the position of radio personality and host of the Guardian Radio 96.9. In 2016, she expanded her educational pursuits on the other side of the world, in Brussels, Belgium, earning a M.S. in Communication: New Media from the Vrije Universiteit Brussels. In 2018, Sloan received a nomination for the Leslie Higgs Feature Writer of The Year Award from The Bahamas Press Club for her work with Eyewitness News. A local and international writer, her work has also been published in the British Guardian’s Opinion Section.