Human Resources Manager, NAAHP
Moise Bourdeau was born in Providence, Rhode Island and grew up in Haiti with his parents and four other siblings in the town of Port-au-Prince. At the age of 17, he traveled to his adopted country~ the United States to continue with his studies. In 2011, he graduated from Rhode Island College with a bachelor of arts in Political Science/Public Administration and obtained a Master of Science in International Health Policy and Management from Brandeis University/Heller School for Social Policy in 2014.
Mr. Bourdeau’s expertise includes five years in policy research, community engagement, office administration and policy implementation. His experience also covers mentoring, tutoring and counseling students and families in the Rhode Island Haitian community in the areas of education, immigration, entrepreneurship and public health. He is the US Representative for the Exhaustic Technological firm in his beloved country, Haiti. In his spare time, he enjoys watching political or criminal TV shows, reads books about the Christian faith and politics, he likes playing basketball and does kayaking with friends and family.