Paul Hilaire Etienne; co-founder, Co-CEO, and director of communications of Erzule Paul graduated with a degree in agronomic sciences at the Christian University of North Haithe(UCNH) he is a writer and landscaper, after completing his study in agronomic sciences, he started working with the Minister of culture in the program (Petit Planteur) PP and after with USAID in the program (Jadin Soup), he has the chance to help the farmers and teach them how to maintain the garden. Paul also ensures that we have the necessities of life. He helps provide safe and plentiful food and water, clean fuel and energy sources, and a healthy environment.
Raphael Ligonde; co-founder, clergy member, and vice president of Erzule Paul and living at the epicenter of poverty and violence works as a priest helps to alleviate some of the pressure put on religious organizations and non- profit organizations in the area to save victims of economic injustice. He firmly believes that if the government steps in and implements regulations that protect the rights of marginalized groups of Haitian descent living in and visiting the Dominican Republic then real change can be made. He has seen much improvement with human rights violations whenever government officials step in, and feels as though his work within the churches and providing rations is not enough to combat the enormous amount of poverty within these communities and shanty towns. His passion is in highlighting the further work that needs to be done to improve the circumstances of the most vulnerable groups after children.
Rivly Breus; operations personnel for Erzule Paul graduated with a degree in public health at NOVA Southeastern University. She is a mental health counselor, advocate and activist. Her penchant for helping those in need has given her the privilege of working with many individuals from various backgrounds. The wisdom that she can impart on others comes from her willingness to pay it forward, anything that she learns to make life less stressful she is always willing to share with others. She has a diverse background extending from social work to fundraising.
Christephanie Casseus; community liaison, and secretary was the administrative director of a community group called Lavalas. She joined the group in order to effect change in her local neighborhood due to the consistent problems within the community. She assisted in organizing a group dedicated to combating economic insecurity, kidnapping, and trafficking of children in Haiti. She was tasked with providing counsel to the group in addition to coordinating with the community to talk about their needs and concerns, directing them to the organizations with plans on improving the people's lifestyles. Her specialties include assisting in scheduling outreach meetings and fundraising activities to benefit the citizens, handling promotional events, representing an organization for human welfare to increase public awareness.
John Kariuki King’ori; board member, teacher, and scholar graduated from Karatina University with a Bachelor’s in Science Education and Kenyatta University with a Masters in Applied Mathematics. His background in teaching has culminated in him becoming a humble and patriotic country man whose ambition is to search for knowledge and pass it to other citizens of the world. His primary mission is to be the leading professional service provider in academia and management. His vision is to empower and meet client needs amicably and his core values include loyalty, optimism, integrity, charisma, and hard work.