I am a first generation Haitian American, a product of my parent’s hard work and sacrifice to provide our family with endless opportunities. As the eldest of four, I have made it my duty to make education the foundation on which my family propels. I am a proud native of Miami and a product of the Miami-Dade County Schools System. Staying true to my city, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, with a minor in Speech Communication, and a Certificate in Women Studies from Florida International University. I am currently earning my Master’s in Public Administration at FIU. I am a Community Affairs Liaison in the Office of Chairman Keon Hardemon, Miami City Commission. As a Liaison, I am tasked with meeting with constituents, business owners, developers, clergy, schools, and elected officials to address the needs of our constituents. I work with local, state, federal and international government for the betterment of the community. I am honored to have worked on many projects: the re-opening of the Caribbean Marketplace, the completion of the Little Haiti Locker-Rooms and most recently, the naming of Little Haiti and its boundaries. Beyond my career, I am a proud member of Notre Dame D’Haiti Catholic Church, where I have been a parishioner for over 25 years. I am currently the Executive Director of Miss Notre Dame D’Haiti Pageant. A program that connects young dynamic women to their Haitian roots, while instilling pride in their faith, country and culture. I am proud to be a Haitian American, making a difference in the lives of others.