Kelesha Williams is an award-winning Jamaican journalist at Television Jamaica, where she works as a reporter, producer and news anchor. She has over five years experience in broadcast media. Her work spans environmental issues, climate change, rural development, crime and forms of investigative journalism. In 2019, she was awarded the prestigious United Nations RAF Fellowship by the United Nations in New York. That same year, she won a Press Association of Jamaica award for her investigative feature on climate change and its impact on primary school children in Jamaica. Kelesha has also received national attention for her continued coverage of the ongoing pollution of one of Jamaica's major rivers- The Rio Cobre.