The Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) was established in November 2008 to help elevate Philadelphia’s Haitian community through education, professional development, and mentorship. We will accomplish this goal by:
Coordinating professional development opportunities;
Creating educational, leadership and scholarship opportunities for students;
Joining the Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia will provide you with access to the largest Haitian professionals’ organization in the Greater Philadelphia region. We are a progressive, smart, and connected organization. We are dedicated to providing our members with a quality experience. We can help you network with fellow Haitian Professionals, give back to the Haitian Community, connect with local leaders, and experience the rich and dynamic culture of Haiti.
The Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP), would like to thank you for your contribution to the Haiti Relief Project. As a result of your help, HPP was able to respond swiftly and strategically to the catastrophic earthquake. Our response included sending medical supplies, medical professionals, water, and food to our beloved homeland. As a cherished supporter and partner, we would like to provide you with a detailed account of our response to the earthquake to date. Continue reading to learn more about our response efforts.
The Penn Nursing Task Force on Haiti in collaboration with Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing presents Edikasyon! Unite for Haitian Nursing Education. Join us for an evening of Caribbean cuisine, music, and inspiration. We proudly welcome distinguished guest speaker Dr. Sheila Davis, director of global nursing at Partners in Health and music by Nadine Lafond Event proceeds will support a campaign to enhance nursing capacity at the new 300 bed teaching hospital in Mirebalais, ...Read More
DUDLEY’S DELICIOUS DELIGHTS is a Caribbean-American catering company specializing in international cuisine with the heart of the Caribbean. Dudley Peltrot is a young chef from Flatbush, Brooklyn that has fell in love with cooking dating back to his adolescence. After attending New York City of Technology in the Hospitality Management concentration, Peltrot realized that catering was something that would bring joy to his life. Peltrot soon after started catering for family gatherings, where...Read More
My name is Marline Idopcil, I was born in Haiti, migrated to the united state in the late 1980′s, I grew up in Brooklyn New York and moved to Philadelphia in 2002. I’m a singer, wife, mother and a christian. Ever since I could remember I have been singing. music is part of me, its a form of therapy for me. I sing for many reasons but one of the major reason is to praise and worship God the almighty. I have been identified as the “gospel Diva” there is no doubt when I...Read More
Melissa Beauvery is a spokenword artist,potter and cultural activist currently living in Philadelphia, PA. Her poems have been published in ”Voices of the Sun” and “For the crowns for your head” She recently released a spokenword album “My Grandmother’s Tongue” May 2012. Melissa also teaches storytelling and pottery workshops in Haiti....Read More
The Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia presented Saint Joseph University – Project Haiti: Foi et Joi Schools with a check for $5000. The grant would be used to purchase school supplies, text books, benches and desks for the students. Father Gabriel Framboise was awarded by St Joseph his honorary doctorate degree in eduction. The Haitian Professionals has entered it’s 3rd year of its long term strategic plan of focusing on education and economic development. HPP has also awarded Le...Read More