Charlot Lucien

President, GRAHN New England/Boston

Charlot Lucien is the president of GRAHN New England Boston, and has been involved as a board member with several organizations working to improve the economic wellbeing and health of Haitians in various regions of Haiti – including EDEM Foundation, the United Front of the Haitian Diaspora, Haiti Projects, Konbit Sante (Maine) and Haitian-Americans United Inc.

In his professional life he is a manager at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) where he has coordinated HIV AIDS programs and projects aiming at improving refugees’ health, mental health, and economic self-sufficiency.

He has also actively contributed to advocacy efforts in the diaspora, the promotion of Haitian culture and the coordination of humanitarian assistance during disasters. On the cultural front, he is known as a media personality, a lecturer on Haitian culture and a story with the release of five acclaimed CDs. He is the recipient of multiple awards for his civic and cultural engagement, from the City of Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, GRAHN-Monde and was more recently inducted by Haitian Roundtable (HRT) in its 1804 List of Haitian-American Change makers

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