Recently, she published her first book called “Catching my breath” where she shared her story as a survivor and becoming an advocate for child trafficking, domestic violence and mental health.
Jessica is our Mentoring Program Director who’s overseeing the work in Haiti.She moved to Toronto 5 years ago. She has Degree as a community services worker. She’s currently working as a bilingual health care coordinator in Canada.
In Haiti, She’s known as Miss Videomax 2001. She also has a bachelor degree in International relations and about 10 years experience in customer service at Digicel French West Indies.
She was the Administrator of the Digicel Foundation and provided my support to help build over 150 schools in the rural areas in the Caribbean.
Jessica is the co-founder of Miss Initiatives, a non profit association of former Miss Videomax (Cottecheese, Maritza, etc.) to help young girls in Haiti and she’s the owner and founder of Miss Natirèl.
“I am passionate about making a difference in the world and being an inspiration for the young girls and women in Haiti. I love holistic nutrition, mental health, yoga, bike riding and meditation. I’m a witness of the power of mentoring because I have been blessed because of my mentors.” - Jessica St Jean
Les livres sont disponibles en Haïti au prix de 1,000 Gourdes aux 3 points de vente suivants:
7 bis, rue Vernet, Delmas 31
31, Delmas 31
90, rue Louverture, Gonaïves
Aux 2 librairies La Pléiade : Angles des Rue Martin Luther King et Bois Patate
Complexe Promenade, Angles rues Grégoire et Moïse, Petion-Ville
A la librairie Astérix 5, Angle Rues Ogé et Grégoire, Place St Pierre