Guadeloupean, Mylène Colmar is an independent journalist and editorial consultant. Passionate about the news and potential of the Greater Caribbean, her region, she launched Mylène Colmar’s blog in February 2015 to highlight them, otherwise. She has established herself over the years as a Caribbean influencer. Mylène Colmar wants to be a journalist since the age of six. She continued her studies for this unique purpose. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Guadeloupe, she went to Paris to do a preparatory class of letters (hypokhâgne and khâgne) at the Lycée Hélène Boucher. Then she studied at the Sorbonne University (Paris IV), where she obtained a Diploma of Advanced Studies (equivalent of the Master) of French literature and civilization. Subsequently, to improve her English, she spent time in London and Portsmouth in England. Then she moved to Canada to study journalism at the Université de Montréal. A year later, in 2008, she graduated. Journalist of written press and web, Mylène Colmar was notably general secretary of the writing of a general weekly in Guadeloupe. In recent years, she has been working as an independent. His favorite exercise is the report on the ground, source of meetings and significant discoveries. In addition, she co-authored with Axelle Kaulanjan a journalistic book titled Abécédaire LKP.