Jayne Flores moved to Guam in 1984 when she was hired by Guam Cable TV, where she made her mark as an investigative reporter. In 1985 she won a Cable ACE Award for her stories about a prison riot at the Department of Corrections. She left Guam in 1987 to work at a television station in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, where she won a Wisconsin Broadcaster’s Award in 1988.
After returning to Guam in 1989, she worked on various freelance projects and for nearly five years wrote a weekly column for the Pacific Daily News. In July 2003, she took on the job as editor-in-chief of Guahan Magazine in order to tell in-depth stories about the myriad of issues facing the people who live on Guam.
Flores returned to her broadcast roots when she took on the duties of news director for the Pacific News Center’s television news division from 2006 to 2008.
Flores is currently the assistant director of communications and promotions at Guam Community College and the author of Views from the Trench, an opinion blog.