Carline Crevecoeur, MD FACOG
Member, NAAHP Scholarship Committee
Board-Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Dr. Carline Crevecoeur is a Haitian- American obstetrician and gynecologist who obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in chemistry at St. John’s University and her medical degree and training from Downstate Medical School. She is an author, wife, and mother of five. She has served on numerous panels and has appeared on many podcasts and radio interviews, sharing her perspective concerning Haiti, education, homeschooling, healthcare, civil rights, and feminism. Her latest interview was conducted by Emily Redding of Take Note on NPR/WPSU.
Dr. Crevecoeur is the director of a Pre-Medical Academy summer camp at Pennsylvania State University. She is a public education advocate and became the first person of color in 2020 to sit on the State College Area School District Board.