This highly qualified and specialized expert has been working in immigration and human rights in Haiti for over 20 years. He earned his BA in history from Middlebury College and JD from Georgetown University. He went on to work as a human rights and elections observer for the UN and Organizations of American States Civilian Mission to Haiti, and went on to be a co-director of the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux/Office of International Lawyers in Haiti. He has authored 5 book chapters and a number of publications in legal journals, and he conducts research in human rights advocacy, international organization accountability, and transitional justice. He is fluent in French and Haitian Creole and he earned an award in human rights from the Center for Justice and Accountability. Currently, he is the founder and executive director of a human rights and legal advocacy organization based in Massachusetts that handles conditions for asylum and other immigration matters from Haiti.
- Location: MA
- BA, History, Middlebury College
- JD, Georgetown University
- Former, Lawyer, Concannon Law Offices
- Former, Human Rights & Elections Observer, Civilian Mission to Haiti, United Nations
- Former, Co-Director, Bureau des Avocats Internationaux
- Current, Founder & Executive Director, a human rights and legal advocacy firm for Haiti in MA