Here is a picture of Councilwoman of North Miami, District 4, Marie Erlande Steril
For the past 18 years, Marie Erlande Steril has been a resident of North Miami, most specifically in District 4 that she proudly represents on the City Council. She has been an active member of the community and has contributed to the betterment of the city at many different levels.
Haitian-American Linda Dorcena Forry is the actual Massachusetts state representative. In 2009, Linda Dorcena Forry was named Chairman of the Joint Committee on Community Development and Small Business.
As a first generation of Haitian American, Massachusetts state representative Linda Dorcena Forry holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Boston College Carroll School of Management and is currently a Masters Degree Candidate in Public Administration at Suffolk University.
Here is a picture of Haitian-American attorney Phillip J. Brutus. He ran for the seat in the United States House of Representatives held by Kendrick Meek. he did not win.
Phillip J. Brutus became the first Haitian-American to be elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2000. He collaborated with other congress persons to pass several bills.
Here is a picture of John Patrick Julien, actual Florida Representative and Former City of North Miami Beach Council member from 2005 to 2010.
He currently a member of the Democratic Caribbean Caucus of Florida, as well as Haitian American Democratic Club and the National Haitian American Elected Officials Network
Kwame Raoul was born in Chicago to Haitian immigrant parents
He is a Democratic member of the Illinois Senate, representing the 13th district. Kwame Raoul was appointed to the position in 2004 to fill the seat vacated by Barack Obama when he became President. He is the chair of the Illinois Senate's Redistricting Committee and the Senate's Pension & Investments Committee.
Raoul has focused his attention in the areas of promoting civil justice, early childhood education, domestic violence prevention and political reform.
Raoul earned a bachelor's degree in political science from DePaul University and a law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.
Here is a picture of the Haitian-American Mia Love as she was just spectacular at the Republican National Convention in Tampa in 2012. Ludmya Mia Bourdeau Love drew rousing cheers during her speech as the first Haitian-American to occupy center stage at the Republican National Convention.
Harry LaRosiliere has become the first Haitian-American and the first Black to be elected as mayor of Plano, Texas, one of the largest cities in the state. He wan over the popular Republican Party Chair Fred Mosesare by over 20 percent in May, 2013
Harry LaRosiliere was only three years when he arrived in the US from Haiti with his family. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from City College of New York. He moved to Plano, Texas in 1994, and worked as a financial advisor.
Harry LaRosiliere has his wife Tracy and their two daughters, ages 15 and 13. He has membership at the Plano Metro Rotary Club and the Plano Chamber of Commerce.