Haitian Businessman Moise Garcon, Public Service Merits

Moise Garcon, a Haitian businessman, media coordinator, and activist in social- movement organizations, is about to be included in the latest edition of the high-profile and socially-prestigious WHO'S WHO publication. Moise Garcon has completed his studies in journalism, media communications, and marketing analysis. He is currently working on his dissertation and preparing for his orals as a pre-doctorate applicant in leadership skills within corporate culture.


Moise Garcon's accomplishments in political, social, cultural, and civic organizations are impressive. He is a member of no less than nine social-advancement groups, among them Black Alliance, NAACP, UNESCO Center for Peace, and SEQUOIA. He markets an upbeat image of his country as a founding member and Director of the Haitian Diaspora organization, Ayiti Demain. His work ethic and dynamism in this group has resulted in Ayiti Demain being invited for the first time to the Socio-Economic Summit of Haitians 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia.

He has partnered with several media outlets to promote good works the Haitian Diaspora has been involved in to improve Haiti's image throughout the world. And he has also educated Haitian youth through his editing of the cultural publication "Lumière". Moise Garcon uses social-media outlets to raise the profile of Haiti as a country that is open for business, working diligently to build relationships with private investors.

Moise's civic activities include memberships in the Rotary Club and True Patriots. He will be recognized for his many social and political contributions by the Conservative Network in April 2013.

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