The National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 to prepare Haitian Professionals for leadership positions within the culturally diverse workforce throughout the United States.
The NAHP is a vital resource in the advancement of Haitian professionals, entrepreneurs, and students in the workforce; and we are committed to building intellectual and economic wealth within the Haitian community through the development of partnerships, networking, and access to resources.
Your path to success is often determined by your academic advancements. The NAHP has recognized the need for more students to pursue a college degree and is committed to providing much-needed support through scholarships and mentorships.
Establishing the right relationships and building a strong network are critical components of professional development. Employers are looking for the total package and not just what’s listed on your resume. Learn how to improve your presentation skills and strengthen your ability to communicate and relate to others.
One of our annual NAHP event is a conference focused on addressing the issues that our shared community both in the U.S. and Haiti are currently facing and identifying viable solutions. It is also a great opportunity to meet and engage with other like-minded professionals who are committed to the same cause.
The success of our members, from students to working professionals, depends on the investment of resources and capital into the growth of our organization. With your support, you can ensure the continued development of NAHP and its efforts to inform and empower its membership base with real-life experiences and access to a world of opportunities that will enrich your bottom line.
- NAHP—The National Association of Haitian Professionals, Inc—Helping Advance the Careers of Haitian Professionals
- The Diaspora NGOs are pushing for more investments in Haiti
- NAHP Recognizes Influential Leaders and Professionals Across Diaspora
- First Annual NAHP Gala
- Symposium on Haiti