3rd Annual NAHP Conference | Haiti Beyond Haiti: Policies and Pathways to Effective Diaspora
Friday, November 14, 2014 at 12:00 PM - Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Last year was such a success and you made it possible.
On November 1-2, 2013, over 250 Haitian Diasporas and friends of Haiti gathered at Columbia University (NYC) to discuss the models, methods and mechanisms necessary for Diaspora engagement and innovation in Haiti. The conference was followed by a series of networking cocktail events where attendees continued the dialogue in a casual and entertainment setting.
This year, The National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) in partnership with the HHA, The Embassy of Haiti (DC), the JDT Foundation, and GRAHN cordially invites you to attend the 3rd Annual Conference on Haiti Beyond Haiti: Policies and Pathways to Effective Diaspora on
November 14th-15th, 20134, at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA).
The conference is designed as a platform for all students, professionals and experts of all sectors to come together and take part in catalytic conversations geared towards the advancement of Haiti.
Sponsors and Partnerships
Harvard Haitian Alliance (HHA) - As a member of the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations, the National Haitian Student Alliance, and the Massachussetts Haitian Student Association, HHA promotes the motto of the Haitian flag, L'Union Fait La Force, or Unity Makes Strength by fostering conversations about Haiti at Harvard University and beyond
Joseph Denis Thomas (JDT Foundation) - an organization that provides higher education opportunities to young nationals in medicine, engineering, agriculture and forestry
The Embassy of Haiti | www.haiti.org
Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities
All organizations and businesses are invited to spotlight their firm at the upcoming 3rd Annual NAHP Conference on Haiti through our sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. From the special dinner event to the breakfast at the conference, NAHP sponsorships and exhibitions offer you additional exposure to a wide-ranging audience of Haitian professionals, Haitian-American professionals and friends of Haiti. Learn more at: http://nahpconference.org/sponsorship
Please keep checking our website for more details and updates on this year's conference at http:/nahpconference.org/
As a professional membership organization, the mission of the National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP), a 501c3 organization, is to prepare Haitians for leadership positions, increase the number of successful Haitians in the diverse business community, and engage the Haitian Diaspora in development. National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP), Inc. PO BOX 5096 Hillside, NJ 07205 Telephone: 1-877-627-6247
All contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
When & Where
National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP)
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.
To be the leading networking organization for professionals and students interested in career advancement and leveraging the transformative power of collective action to create solid partnerships that use advocacy, catalytic philanthropy and social entrepreneurship to promote inclusive, effective and lasting socio-economic progress in Haiti.
NAHP seeks to be a reliable central gathering point for networking between students and professionals of Haitian descent who are interested in career advancement strategies and opportunities. NAHP also prides itself on its focus on fostering the diaspora’s engagement in advocacy efforts, philanthropic and social entrepreneurship projects directly tied to promoting sustained social and economic success in Haiti.
Our objective is to generate increased access to capital for Haitian businesses, raise the number of low-income students of Haitian descent that graduate from college and expand civic participation and leadership in our communities.
How do we do this? Through annual conferences, interactive workshops, seminars and panel discussions that help professionals and students successfully navigate their field. NAHP also enlists expert speakers from around the world to impart their knowledge with NAHP members and stakeholders about various topics, including: public health, education, agriculture, trade, tourism and professional development.
Contact NAHP at: Email: info(at)nahpusa.org
NAHP main website: www.nahpusa.org
NAHP Conference website: www.nahpconference.org
NAHP is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.