Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs

Mrs. Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs (nee Moss), is the Chief Operating Officer of The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (aka ZNS) with nearly 20 years of broadcasting experience. She completed her Associates, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees while in New York City and obtained a Diploma from Oxford University, England. Before joining The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas in 2007, she worked at Fox News Channel (FNC) in New York City and Washington, DC where she produced many live and taped television and radio programmes for Fox News Channel and Fox
Broadcast Network, including the Fox Broadcast hit television show, American Idol (Season I). In 2004, Fox News Channel CEO, Roger Ailes chose Kayleaser to receive the inaugural Ailes Apprentice Award, created for rising stars at Fox News Channel, New York. In December 2012, she led The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas’ launch team of the revolutionary High Definition (HD) Television System and has created
several ground breaking News & Current Affairs programmes. In November, 2018 she was confirmed to the office of General Manager.
She is a Television, Radio & Theatre professional and straddles the fence as a Broadcast and Performing Artist. She is member of the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) represented The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas at several international committee meetings such as Olympics, IAAF, Ms. Universe, etc. and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). She is a youth mentor, motivational speaker and lends support to several local outreach organizations.
She is married to Mr. Peter Deveaux-Isaacs.