This year marks the start of an ongoing archival project to record the histories, achievements and memories of CSA for the past 33 years and counting. From our inception in 1975, the presidents of each year are being asked to respond to a ten-question interview, written by Allyson Salinger Ferrante, to tell of their personal experiences with both the organization and their chosen fields within Caribbean Studies. The aims of this project are multiple and include celebrating where CSA came from and where it is going as an organization rooted in fostering person al relationships across waters and disciplines. The archive will be available on the CSA webpage with a picture of each president, photos of their chosen conference site, a short biography, and the posted interview. The internet provides an expansive space to record and share the places we’ve been, the challenges we’ve faced, and advice for a prosperous future. It is an opportunity for dialogue between presidents, members, and new scholars just joining Caribbean Studies and CSA. Given the diversity of presidential backgrounds, including such illustrious careers as Olympic athletes, prime ministers, ambassadors, professors and poets, the responses will demonstrate both the professional and intellectual breadth of Caribbean Studies. It is our hope that this project will teach, entertain, and inspire old and new members alike, and that in this way we can honor the hard work and service of those people whose commitment to CSA has brought it into the 21st century. President Jorge Heine, who served from 1990 to 1991, was gracious enough to be the first to respond to these questions.