The Board of Directors is comprised of the following members:
Fred received his Doctor of Physical Therapy and Masters of Education in Exercise Physiology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware in Newark, DE. He is in private practice in North Carolina and is working on a book about nutrition and exercise for sustainable weight loss.
Tim Myers has been living in Haiti for over 5 years and is HSP in-country director and board representative in Haiti. Tim has overseen all of our projects in Haiti, coordinated our projects with other NGO’s in Haiti, given numerous presentations about HSP to groups, and tour leader for two students groups visiting Haiti. Tim is a retired builder with over 40 years of construction experience, with 20 years as superintendent/project manager. Tim is a graduate of OHIO State University with a BS in Soil Science. Prior to going to college Tim was in the US Navy for 6 ½ years.
Robert “Rob” Dickinson
Rob Dickinson is the HSP Fundraising Director. He holds a BA in Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, and will be continuing his education with an MA in Development Studies at the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex during the 2017-2018 academic year. He has held a variety of positions within nonprofits in the Development field, and recently oversaw a $10,000 fundraising campaign in December 2016. He has plans for another $10,000 fundraising campaign for December 2017, and is the lead Board Member for grant applications and all fundraising done to supplement potential grant funding.
Former Board Members
Board of Directors and Secretary
Monica holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Psychology from Northeastern University. She has work experience in various facets of the banking industry at Credit Suisse, UBS and Wells Fargo. Monica also enjoys working with children and has spent time teaching math and English at an Akanksha center in Mumbai, India. Monica’s involvement with the Haiti School Project began after she heard the story on NPR’s Planet Money Podcast in June 2010 and emailed Tim asking how she could help. Monica brings strategic planning and execution skills to the Haiti School Project and is dedicated to promoting its initiatives toward a better education system in Haiti.
Board of Directors and President
David is an economist and Managing Director with Deloitte in Chicago. He has more than 18 years of consulting experience in international economic policy, trade, and business matters. He graduated from Wayne State University in 1990 with a double major, Economics and Political Science. David holds a Masters in Public Policy with a focus on International Economics, Law, and Business from the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy.
David has an active interest in promoting economic development in countries in transition or faced with natural disasters as well as humanitarian support to refugees in areas of conflict. David first learned of the Haiti School Project through the June, 2010 NPR story, and reached out to Fred and Tim after hearing the follow-up story of the exhaustion of the initial $3,000 investment. David brings a strategic consulting perspective to the Haiti School Project.
Board of Directors
Johnny is a multi-disciplined Software Architect with experience working with various web and mobile technologies for a number of national and international companies. As a native of Haiti, he has a special appreciation for what the Haiti School Project is accomplishing and the impact it will have on a generation of kids eager to be empowered by education. Johnny is heading up Haiti School Project’s online marketing and social media presence.
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Our continuing goal is to provide for the school’s future vitality and quality of education in Haiti.
The Haiti School Project is a federally recognized non-profit IRC Sec. 501(c)(3) organization helping Haiti’s children supported entirely by volunteers.