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A Week on Haiti Expo and Conference at the Signal House DC - September 29 to October 2, 2022

 

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September 29 - October 2, 2022
Signal House

1255 Union Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002


The Largest Haiti Event of the Year!


Preview Night Benefit and Gala


A Week on Haiti kicks off this Thursday, September 29, with a Preview Night Benefit and Gala for Haiti National Trust at the Signal House Penthouse. Get ready for a fabulous evening with Haiti's great Jazz musician Reginald Policard and the amazing singer, Melissa Dauphin. Enjoy also a spectacular Fashion Show by Designers Maluxcre and Lord Proverbs, and a captivating Art Performance by Asser Saint-Val with collaborating artists Adrienne Tabet, Jessica Freites, Anh Chau, and opera singer Martin Hargrove.

Meet Board Members Philippe Bayard and Dr. Blair Hedges of Haiti National Trust, who will speak on Haiti's environment and biodiversity.

Press Conference by Haiti On Demand: 5-6pm
VIP Member Hours: 5-11pm
All Guests Hours: 6-11pm

Get your tickets by Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 11:59pm.

This will be one of the most exciting evenings happening next week in Washington, DC.

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The Haiti Conference


A Week on Haiti Conference, Chaired by Dr. Monalisa Ferrari, begins Friday, September 30, and ends Sunday, October 1, at the Signal House (9th Floor).

The Conference brings together the movers and shakers in the Haitian Diaspora and in Haiti, as well as Friends of Haiti. It is a platform for networking, knowledge sharing, and a public conversation on current social, economic, and political events.

Learn and discover who is doing impactful and forward-thinking work in the Diaspora and in Haiti. Who is innovating? What are their challenges? What are the successes? What opportunities exist in Haiti and abroad?

Join the conference to be in the know, and be a part of the important conversations that are helping to shape and change the future of Haiti. We have an impressive speaker lineup for rich conversations and discussions.



SPEAKERS





AMBASSADOR BOCCHIT EDMOND
Embassy of Haiti, DC
AMBASSADOR FRANCOIS GUILLAUME II
Embassy of Haiti, Qatar
ANDRISE BASS, PHD
Chief Executive Officer of P.R.IS Consulting
JUNIOR BERNADIN
Ron Clark Academy




CLEVE MESIDOR
Executive Director, Blockchain Foundation
GUERDA NICOLAS, PHD
Psychologist, Author, Philanthropist
SOLANGES VIVENS, PHD
Founder and CEO, Vivens Media Group
REGINE RENE-LABROUSSE
Founder Replenish 509
and Reviv Ayiti

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Get your tickets by Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 5pm.

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The Haiti Expo

 A Week on Haiti Expo begins Friday, September 30, and ends Sunday, October 1, at the Signal House (9th Floor).

The Expo will showcase Haitian Art, as well as products and services from Haitian-owned businesses and non-profits. Visit and connect with Exhibitors even before arriving at the event.






Avoid the lines by getting your tickets early. No cash at the door.

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Entertainment

A Week on Haiti is filled with Haitian culture and music. The legendary Reginald Policard plays on Thursday, September 29, at the Signal House Penthouse.

Mozayik is celebrating its 22-Year Anniversary in DC! A grand performance on Friday, September 30, at a location that won't disappoint (with the support of the Embassy of Haiti).

Ayiti Community Trust Benefit on Saturday, October 1, with the talented violinist Janice Muller.


All Programs and Events of A Week on Haiti will be posted shortly here.


MUSICIANS





REGINALD POLICARDMOZAYIKJANICE MULLERROSE VALCIN

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Get your tickets by Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 11:59pm.

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Washington DC is where you want to be next week to experience Haitian culture, its people, and to connect with Haitian professionals and Friends of Haiti.




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A Week on Haiti Expo & Conference is organized by Haiti Place, LLC, a Colora
do-based company.
Special invitation to Haitian Artists, Art Galleries, Businesses, and Nonprofit Organizations



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