As we celebrate Haitian Heritage Month, The Haitian Times is pleased to spotlight some Haitian-Americans who are leaders in their fields. Some are prominent and have been profiled by The Hatian Times, but many more are not – at least not yet. All of them make a positive difference in people’s lives, illustrating what it means to not only survive and assimilate in the United States, but to find new paths and thrive as our communities continue to grow and spread out across the land. The list is in alphabetical order by last name.
Know a Haitian-American making a difference who should be included? Email submissions@haitiantimes with a little bit about them for consideration.
Name: Junior Bernadin
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