Andjella strongly believes in the tremendous power of quality education. She is originally from Haiti. She completed a Master’s degree in International Cooperation in Education and Training at the University of Paris, France. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Education Sciences from Quisqueya University in Haiti. She is a former scholar of Haitian Education and Leadership Program (HELP) and former President of the Education Committee of Action Toward Initiatives and Volunteering for Education in Haiti (ACTIVEH). She is an Alumna of the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). She currently volunteers as a Special Assistant to the NAAHP Conference Chair. Throughout her professional career, she has worked and volunteered with several International and Non-Governmental Organizations, including UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, USAID, HELP, ACTIVEH, and Share Hope.