Creative Director and Partner, Remora Inc
Mr. Adulin Prophete is an advocate for Environmental Justice and Public Policy. He is now based in the United States where he pursues his Ph.D. at Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York. He received his Master of Theology (ThM) and Master of Theological Studies (MTS) at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
He is the director of ASOCIVIL, a national faith-based association for civic engagement. He serves as president of Citizens for Green Community, a regional, interfaith environmental organization. He is also the founder of ESEP (Environmental Stewardship Education Program), which collaborates with ASOCIVIL to provide environmental education to churches and local schools for sustainable living.
He has served as an intern Church Relations at Bread for the World on behalf of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.- Home Mission Board in Washington D.C. where he assisted the Church Relations staff in strengthening Bread for the World’s outreach to and engagement with leaders and congregations of Pan African/ African American, Orthodox, Baptist denominations, churches, and agencies as well as assistance with the wider families of Christian churches denominations and relief agencies.
Mr. Prophete is a former intern of Church World Service, where he conducted research on the Green Climate Fund and the Millennium Development and Sustainable Development Goals; produced analytical comparisons for Haiti and Africa. Researched the effects of climate change in Haiti, developed dialogue for local Haitian civil society organizations and partnered with them. Prepared for a webinar on climate change with the Minister of Environment in Haiti, as well as members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
He also served as Cross-Cultural Facilitation Consultancy Team Member. Faith and Money Network where he supported facilitated meetings between prominent U.S. faith thought leaders and Haitian grassroots leaders who are building inspiring, liberating community-based responses to systemic challenges. Translated homestays hosted by our Haitian partners Limyè Lavi Foundation (Light of Life), and taught delegate participants about Haiti’s culture, history, and policies in relation to the U.S., so that both Haitian hosts and delegate members might experience solidarity and accompaniment in action.
As a believer, he considers it vital that faith communities play an essential role in the promotion of environmental stewardship, economic justice, and equity. Actions de la Société Civile (ASOCIVIL), the national faith-based association for civic engagement that he co-founded with Belin Jean-Pierre. Mr. Prophete is committed to actively participating in the struggles of individuals and groups for a healthier, more just, more humane, and more ecologically wholesome world.