Manm Konsey ak Ekip LL
Maryse Jean-Jacques: Madam Jean-Jacques se yon pwofesè nan Inivesite Syans Zimèn depi plizyè lane nan depatman Sèvis Sosyal. Lap viv Ayiti. Li se direktris Sant Edikasyon Espesyal ki se sèl enstitisyon nasyonal a bi non likratif ki panche sou pwoblèm defisyans Entèlektyèl nan peyi a.
Maryse gen anpil eksperyans nan domèn sosyal e travay li rekonèt epi respekte nan Ayiti ak lòt kote
Fondasyon an fyè pou genyen nouvo manm konsèy sa a ki rejwenn lòt manm konsèy yo.
Magalie Boyer: Magalie Boyer is a public policy professional, with more than 20 years of experience in education, law, project management, and child protection, among other fields. She graduated from Agnes Scott (in Decatur, Georgia), with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and also holds degrees from Middlebury College and the University of South Carolina Law School. In Haiti, her work experience spans numerous sectors, including the Haitian government and international NGOs. A Haitian citizen, Magalie currently lives in Port-au-Prince with her husband and their youngest child, Jonathan.
Peter Graeff is an American living in Haiti for 25 years. He was IAF’s representative in Haiti and currently lives in Lagonave/Port-au-Prince. He works with many organizations in Haiti.
Samson Joseph is a school teacher and community leader. He has been working with Limyè Lavi for a long time and has helped manage numerous community projects. He is an active education and leadership trainer throughout Haiti. He has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and has a lot of experience implementing projects in rural communities. He is a good technician and man of the field. He works very hard to accomplish everything he starts. Samson currently lives in Jacmel with his wife and one child.
Marc-Aurel Lindor is the program coordinator of Limyè Lavi’s Campaign to End Child Servitude. He has a bachelor’s degree in Education Science. He has experience providing teacher training. He is studying law and has collaborated with Limyè Lavi since 2011. A dynamic person, he is frequently solicited for his advice and is always available to work on the ground with people in need. Marc-Aurel is lives in Haiti with his wife and two children.