My passion for human development and connection can be traced back to my pre-professional days. From yearbook committee and class treasurer in High School to the creation and implementation of the Community Development and Social Action Club in Business School, I have been on the human development path from the start. Why? I like bringing people together and get them excited about the things that excite me. Outside of the office, I am interested in facilitating human liaison and professional development through Networking. As Co-VP of Programs for NCMA, my diverse background in the legal and non-profit sectors before entering Federal Service, will allow me to bring people together to foster connection through a robust schedule of monthly program events.
I have a BA in Justice Studies from Cambridge College, a JD from Massachusetts School of Law, and a MBA from Hult International Business School. I am licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Being fluent in English, French, and Haitian Creole, I am an avid Juvenile Justice Rights activist and fiercely committed to the protection and promotion of human rights and human dignity in America and Worldwide. In my spare time, I volunteer as youth ministry director providing leadership, care, and advice to teenagers, second-generation immigrant teenagers, and their families from Boston and the surrounding communities.