Left to right - Rudolph Dorsette (Husband), Nathalia Durand (Daughter), Myself and Nathaniel (Prince Romeo) Durand (Son)
Catherine Helena Dorsette is originally from the Commonwealth of Dominica.
She worked as a News Reporter for some 20 years with various newspapers on the island of Dominica to include The New Chronicle, Tropical Star, The Independent and Mirror where her by-line read Helena Durand.
A devout Christian, Catherine now resides on the Emerald Isle of Montserrat with her husband, and children and precious granddaughter.
She received two Fellowship Awards in Taiwan (1995) and in Japan (1997)when she visited as a Journalist.
Catherine is currently reading for her Bachelor of Science in Social Work with the University of the West Indies.
Catherine has won awards for several short stories and poems. Youth Power is her first book to be published, while Aunty Kate's Short Stories is the first to be written.
Catherine Helena Dorsette is the youngest of two daughters born to Mrs. Angela ‘Angie’ Sorhaindo. Her sister’s name is Marilyn Robinson. Her brothers are: Heskeith Peter and Oliver Simon Joseph, a star contractor on the construction scene in Dominica. Her nieces and nephews are: Writer/Singer Neville Peter; Junior, Nathacha Robinson, Oliver Joseph Jr., Samuel Joseph, and Esmeralda Joseph. Grand nieces and nephews are: Ellah and Kevin