|CHERIE MIOT ABBANAT, CEO|
|Cherie Miot Abbanat joined Haiti Projects in June of 2012. She ascended to the position of CEO because of her unique skill set and unparalleled passion for the initiatives and mission of Haiti Projects. Cherie, a Haitian/American, has worked to empower women throughout the world, particularly in Haiti. Cherie brings a wealth of experience in nonprofit management, project development and management, finance, grant writing, and social medial networking and fundraising. Cherie believes in setting goals and building teams to see results come to fruition on the ground.
Cherie also lecturers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP) and in the Department of Architecture. She has been teaching at MIT for over twenty years where she lectures rebuilding post-disaster in New Orleans, Haiti and Chile. Cherie has her undergraduate degree in Economics and French from Simmons College and her Masters Degree in City Planning with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
|Molly Klarmen General Manager|
|Molly Klarman joined Haiti Projects in September 2013. As the Country Manager she is responsible for managing all operations in Fond des Blancs. Before joining Haiti Projects, Molly worked in rural Haiti for almost two years coordinating logistics at a hospital and gaining experience with the management of community development projects. One project particularly close to her heart is the development of the Haiti Projects girl’s soccer team. This sparked her interest in working with young women. Molly received her Master’s degree in Public Health from Emory University focusing on environmental health and her Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry from Lewis and Clark College.|
|Daryce Morris Operations Manager|
|Daryce Morris joined us in 2014 when she facilitated the office move from the north shore to south shore of Massachusetts. As the Operations Manager, she wears many hats (and looks good in all of them)-inventory, sales, public relations, social media, new product development and business partnerships. As a lifelong resident of the area her connections are deep and wide and she has been successful in making those connections to help Haiti Projects with their continued success.|
|FENOL JACQUOTIN Assistant|
|Fenol Jacquotin started working for Haiti Projects as the general assistant in 2011. He has enrolled in CREFIMA University’s management program in Port-au-Prince. His responsibilities with Haiti Projects include administrative assistance, data entry, community relations, and report writing. While in high school, Fenol supported himself by traveling to the surrounding communities, purchasing livestock, and selling it in the Fond des Blancs market. He thinks Haiti Projects is extremely important to the growth of the community because it is one of the only sources of employment and of the connection it enjoys to the world.|
|JULIEN DENOE Maintenance and Driver|
|Julien Denoe began working for Haiti Projects in 1999. His enthusiasm and readiness to work turned a temporary stint into a full time job. Julien leads maintenance for all program areas at Haiti Projects. His favorite responsibility is driving for the mobile clinics. Travel can be arduous throughout Haiti. At times he arrives soaking wet because of rains. Other times he has arrived to the destination pushing our motorcycle because of a flat tire. Julien always arrives because the women waiting for their appointments with the nurses is most critical to him and our mission.|
|ANNIUS ETIENNE Driver|
|Annius Etienne has been with Haiti Projects for 19 years. He originally helped out in the community library but now he is located in Port au Prince where he leads transport of products, supplies, and employees. His favorite part about working for Haiti Projects is teamwork and collaboration.|