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Our lives are forever changed because you cannot un-see Haiti.

President
Have you ever had one of those days that changes everything? Since living in Haiti, I have had two such days. The first—January 12, 2010—the day the earth shook in Haiti. The second—February 8, 2012—the day I realized children were starving two houses down from where
I have known the Brian’s my entire life, and their work in Haiti is nothing short of extraordinary. It is their heartbeat. I made my first visit to Haiti in 2013. I traveled to Haiti thinking I could help change lives- it was my life that ended up being changed.
Vice-President
There are things that we take for granted in the United States. Like children playing on a playground and public education. Unfortunately these aren’t the norm in Haiti. I lived and worked in Port au Prince for three years from 2012-15. During that time I witnessed the gross inequalities first
I visited Haiti for the first time in 2015. What I saw changed my view of the world and my heart. I was blessed with much success in my 30+ year career with Northrop Grumman Corporation. I worked hard to achieve a wonderful life for my family in the U.S.