Birthed in Haiti, I am a graduate of Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology and two minors; One in Recreation and another in Latin American and Caribbean studies. I am also a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston having earned my M.A in Applied Linguistics.
Having been born under a second sun, when I moved to the States, I thought I'd be able to still play outside at about midnight under those same conditions. However, soon enough all that escaped me, and being outside was far away from my mind. It was not until I started working with Genesee Land Trust that I once again found my passion for the outdoors and now I want to make sure that all youth get outside as well!
Collaboration and Partnerships
Providing youth with the knowledge and skills to understand and protect their environment.
Empowering youth to take action and become stewards of their community and environment.
Working together with organizations and individuals to create a collective impact on environmental issues.
A face to the name
More about me
Great mental health stability
Connecting with nature
Sense of self
More sensory stimulation
Here are some of my favorite reason why I enjoy being outside and working in the outdoors;