Here is a picture of Haitian-American judge Fred Seraphin. He became the first Haitian-American judge in the State of Florida when Governor Jeb Bush appointed him
Judge Seraphin is an adjunct professor at Barry University. He is the chairman of the Board of Directors of Sant La, The Haitian Neighborhood Center, Inc., a not for profit corporation servicing the South Florida Haitian Community. He is a mentor with the Big Brothers Big Sisters and is on the Leadership Council of Take Stock in Children of Miami-Dade County, Inc., also a mentoring program for youth.
Here is a picture of Miami-Dade County Commissioner, Jean Monestime.
He became North Miami councilman and owner of his own real estate firm. He is president and chief executive officer of MJM Capital Realty Investment Group in North Miami.
Jean Monestime became Miami-Dade County Commission for District 2 on November 16, 2010
Here is a picture of the First Haitian-American Chief of Police for North Miami. Marc Elias Jr. is certified in Crime Prevention through Environmental Design. A member of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives NOBLE , Miami Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police MDACP and the National Sheriff's Association NSA .
Elias is a former Chief of Police in Florida City in 1999. Florida City at the time was a 50-officer department. He become the first Haitian-American police chief in Miami-Dade history.