I’m 30 years old, a believer in Jesus, and an avid NBA fan. When people ask me where I’m from, I like to respond by saying I have 3 stages of development! I am proud to say I was born to Haitian parents and spent most of my elementary school years living
there. This helps me offset the often misplaced “spoiled” label people automatically assume when they learn I am an only child.
My middle school years and half of high school were spent in living in southwest Florida where I developed my love for basketball and also where I began to craft my skills of being quick witted. This was a survival skill I NEEDED for my first two years of high school. I remember one kid rhetorically asked me “are you wearing your little brother’s t-shirt.” I completed my last two years of high school, college (Bachelors in psychology), and graduate school (Master of Occupational Therapy) in Massachusetts. I have no idea how I survived there for 10 years because I HATE the cold! I now live in Georgia with my beautiful wife where I practice as a Certified Hand Therapist helping to rehabilitate individuals with injuries/conditions affecting their upper extremities.
I am 28 years old, originally from Chicago, Illinois and moved to Atlanta in 2014 for nursing school at Emory University. Many people do not know this about me, but I love sports! I have been an athlete for most of my life and even played 4 years of college basketball at Beloit College in Wisconsin. Another fun fact about me is that I enjoy traveling and have currently visited 10 countries. My husband and I met in 2014 and we got married on June 30, 2017. I am a firm believer in Jesus and I love children! I serve as a Sunday school teacher to 3-5 year old children at my local church and work as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.