Our Team |
DORIS PRADIEU | Chief Financial Officer
Doris Pradieu grew up in Port-au Prince daughter of a Haitian Doctor. Doris started helping the less fortunate as a child through her father’s practice. She joined her father in making house calls and saw first-hand the difference it made in people’s lives when you provided quality education and healthcare to a community in need.
Moving to New York at the age of 12, she received Bachelors degree in International Business from Hofstra University and a Masters in Business Administration. She is currently a Portfolio Transition Manager. Ms. Pradieu joined the EDEYO foundation from its inception because of her passion and dedication to the empowerment of the children of Haiti. Her vision is for the students of École du Bel-Air to complete their education and become a catalyst of change in Haiti.
SHERLEY SHERENFANT | Financial Advisor
Sherley Cherenfant immigrated to the US at the age of 11 where she resided with her parents in Nyack New York. Upon graduation in 1989 from Nyack High School she attended Hofstra University. While at Hofstra University Ms. Cherenfant was very involve in several organizations such as; President of the National Association of Black Accountants, Vice President of The African American Organizations.
In 1993 She received a B.B.A., in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Upon graduation she began her career as a senior accountant for a non for profit organization in Brooklyn New York. While pursing her accounting career Ms. Cherenfant attended The City University of New York at Brooklyn College where she received her M.S. in Communication Management in 1999. Presently she is the business manager for a non-for profit organization on Long Island where she oversees and manages funds of over 20 million dollars.
YVETTE FIBREUIL | Curriculum Advisor
Yvette Fibleuil is an adjunct professor and IT project manager at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (City University of New York). After receiving a Master’s degree in Urban Studies and Planning from Long Island University, Yvette moved to Cincinnati, Ohio where she taught Math and Computer Science at W.E.B. DuBois Academy, then a new charter school in the Over-the-Rhine section of the downtown area.
Working in an underdeveloped urban environment with a population that had been largely neglected by the existing public educational, health and family services infrastructure helped her realize the importance of working with youth to enrich communities. After working with the award winning school for two years, Yvette decided to move back to her hometown of New York to work in higher education. She began teaching Introduction to College Composition and Computer Literacy courses for the SEEK Department at John Jay College, where she helps incoming freshman acquire the academic skills to successfully integrate into college life.