She is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. Guided by the strategic objectives as set by the Board of Directors, Marilyn provides the management and vision necessary to ensure that HHF has the proper operational controls and administrative and reporting procedures in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength, operating efficiency and sustainability.
We have a full-time staff of 188 employees of which 98% are Haitian.
She is responsible for managing the operations of the Haitian Health Foundation (HHF) in Jérémie, Haiti, and works closely with the Executive Director in the successful achievement of the mission of providing healthcare, education and community development projects. She is also responsible for the management and growth of the organization. Nadesha oversees the entire operation in Haiti while promoting and ensuring its smooth and efficient functioning.
Working closely with the National Director, he establishes policies and procedures for assuring that the rights of all patients and staff are respected. Dr. Bourdeau organizes and coordinates healthcare and dental services as they relate to patient care while ensuring the appropriateness and quality of healthcare and any medically related care. He coordinates and guides the development and conduct of all education programs.
Director of Finance
Luis Ruiz-Diaz, BA, Accountancy
Luis is responsible for the planning, organization, management, and control of the financial activities of the operations in Jérémie. He is responsible for direct supervision of the accounting and logistics staff. He, together with the National Director, oversees the financial aspects of all healthcare and community development projects and ensures donor and grant money is spent responsibly and for its intended purpose.
Casimir guides the outreach, education and prevention strategies currently utilized to educate communities about primary prevention of HIV/AIDS, TB, Diabetes, promoting family planning, maternal and child health and social wellbeing; and to collect and analyze data for the purpose of improving program delivery.
He is responsible for program development related to food procurement, distribution and documentation, non-clinical supervision, training, monitoring and evaluation as well as operations research and coordination of visitors. He is also responsible for the Center of Hope’s administrative management of the HHF AIDS program in close collaboration with the Medical Director. He provides oversight and guidance to the Center of Hope and suggests and implements new administrative activities.
In the US
Save a Family Coordinator
Virginia Lowney, RN
Deacon Phil Hayes, MA
Office Support Volunteers