Guylaine Richard LLC team members, are committed and excited about Giving-back to diverse communities through volunteering, charity work, donations and social support. Our CEO, Dr. Richard believes in what she calls "the gift of giving" as she sees these efforts as a reciprocal opportunity to give and gain. For the past 20 years, she has travelled back regularly to her birthplace, the country of Haiti to contribute to the well-being of families, children and communities. She initiated and made significant investments of both her time and resources to the build-up of a model Community Development Research Center in the town of Milot near Cap-Haitian Haiti. Additionally, Dr. Richard is actively volunteering for the following three non-profit organizations:
WISEOP, Inc., collaborates with local, national, and international partners to provide educational, health, and economic strategies that empower vulnerable children, mothers, and families in the United States and in Haiti to achieve their maximum potential. We believe through respect, integrity, and transparency we can positively transform communities and families.
L’Ouverture Cultural Society, Inc (LCS) is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit public organization that is open to anyone interested in Haiti and Haitians. It strives to sustain Haitian culture in the United States by preserving its most valued traditions, customs, and ways of life. Through its activities, it creates an environment where the diverse experiences of its members offer opportunities to foster personal growth and contribute to the well-being of the larger Haitian community.
Childhood Education International vision is to transform education so that every child has access to quality and equitable care and education experiences that uphold their right to learn. This organization believes ultimately that educating children is the key to a better world for all. The team at Childhood Education International is composed of specialists with professional expertise in areas of global education, international relations, child rights, communications, nonprofit management, and beyond.
A view of "Citadelle Laferriere" from the Community Center