Founded in 2011, the National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established by diverse group of forward-thinking industry experts, youth leaders, faculty, public and nonprofit sector professionals from Haiti and its global diaspora. NAHP is focused on connecting a global community of peers with career advancement resources as well as fostering transformative relationships between NAHP members and committed stakeholders to rebuild Haiti through philanthropy and social entrepreneurship.Read More
Leadership Scholarship Award
NAHP’s scholarship fund provides financial support to undergraduate and graduate students of Haitian descent who are focused on civic engagement and economic empowerment for Haiti and its global diaspora. These students are either college-bound or enrolled in college in the United States with a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Benefits of becoming a member
Let NAHP take your career to the next level through mentoring, professional development workshops, conferences and networking events. If you are also looking for projects tailored to your interests and expertise that directly impact your local community as well as Haiti’s social and economic progress, NAHP is the place for you!
How you can contribute
NAHP prides itself on creating and maintaining mutually beneficial partnerships for its partners and sponsors. We provide an array of partnership and sponsorship opportunities, some of which include marketing visibility at NAHP professional programs and events, as well as access to hundreds of attendees and speakers at our annual conference.
What is your mission? Haiti Arts Relief Project (HARP) is a nonprofit student-run organization that empowers Haitian amateur artists and provides direct relief to tent villages and neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince. We hold annual art exhibitions to fund the HARP Art School, sponsor children at the House of Love Orphanage, provide basic necessities including shower facilities…
Tell us about yourself I’m a first-generation Haitian American, born and raised in New York. I grew up in Cambria Heights, a community in Queens with a large Haitian population. Growing up in a close-knit community, where many of my neighbors and friends came from the same cultural background as me, enforced the traditions and…
What is your occupation and academic background and how did you come to work in this field? I am currently a high school senior at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. I will be attending the University of Chicago next fall. When I was in the 8th grade, Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, experienced a severe…
Dr. Jacques Bingue, Ph.D Tell us about yourself and your business? I was born in Leogane and immigrated to the US at 13. After high school, I served for 4 years in the Marine Corps where I earned a combat action ribbon for participating in Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Upon leaving the service, I attended…
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