Dr. Jean-Marie Jadotte, serves as the President for CBSF
Dr. Jadotte, holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Florida A & M University. Joining CBSF to serve the people of Haiti, especially in the Nord'Ouest region where I have learned how to read and write, is the best way for me to give back.
Mrs. Marie Paule Woodson, serves as the Vice President for CBSF.
Marie-Paule Woodson holds a Master of Science degree in Public Administration. Mrs. Woodson is employed with Miami-Dade County as a Division Director and presently serving in several Boards. She advocates for children and families, human rights, fair employment, social justice, etc.. Her passion is to make the world a better place for others. She is married with two children.
Mr. Antoine Jadotte, is serving as the Secretary of CBSF, a non-profit organization, w/501.c.3 status in the US.
As an expatriate with a Master in Public Administration (MPA) from Nova Southeastern University & a Post-Master Certificate in Guidance & Counseling from St Thomas University, I always dreamt of lending my skills & expertise in helping Haiti, my homeland, and more specially the North West part, which is always kind of forgotten.
Patricia Aurelien was born and raised in New York City, NY to Haitian parents. Attended the University of Miami where she earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She attended medical school at Nova Southeastern University and residency at University of Florida in Family Medicine. She now practices in Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. Michel Evans Dorval, P.A.
Assistant Medical Director
Mr. Michael Evans Dorval serves as the Assistant Medical Director for CBSF
I emigrated to the US in 1997 from Mexico where I earned my medical license from La Universidad Medical de Puebla (1989-1997). I obtained my Physician Assistant degree from Miami-Dade College (1997-2001). I am involved with CBSF annual medical missions in my birth regions of Haiti. As the Vice President and Assistant Medical Director, it brings me tremendous joy seeing the smiles left on the faces of our countrymen and countrywomen.
Vanessa Van Gurp holds a Masters of Science in Nursing, Advance Practice Registered Nurse, and Nurse Anesthetist from Florida Gulf Coast University and a Mastered of Science in Nursing Education from the University of Phoenix. Vanessa has more than 25 years of nursing experience and brings a wealth of knowledge to Caring Brothers and Sisters Foundation and the people of Port Au Paix, Haiti.
Rodney Desrameaux, is a school Social Worker for Miami-Dade County Public Schools since 1994 and in the US for the past 36 years. Graduated from the School of Public Affairs of Fla International University with a Master of Science degree in Social Work, helping my beloved country fuelled my desire more than anything else. That's why I'am very involved at CBSF, a group of dynamic professionals whose motto is giving back.