Denis grew up in poverty on the Haitian island of La Gonâve and eventually left the island to attend college in
Port-au-Prince. After the earthquake in 2010, he was compelled to help
children that had been orphaned and communities in need. He began to
share his vision, what would later
become known as PAC-Haiti, to local churches and community leaders. He recently graduated in Environment and Holistic Development.
Fransnel grew up in a community close to Gros Bassin, named Lacoma, on the northwest coast of Haiti. As a child in poverty, he was a Compassion sponsored child and later given the opportunity to further his education with the Compassion Leadership Program. He graduated from the program in February 2017 and he also holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology. He resides in Port-au-Prince where he
is the Youth Pastor at his church and is currently taking Theology courses.
Josué is from Arniquet, located in the southern region of Haiti. He was also
a Compassion sponsored child
and moved to Port-Au-Prince in 2011 to focus on his studies in Diplomacy. He has served as the Vice President of the Haiti Youth Parliament and traveled to Canada in 2016 and 2019 for the World Youth Parliament Forum. Josué was recently accepted into the Political Science program at the University of Quebec in Montreal and started classes in January 2020. He plans on returning home to Haiti in a couple years once he obtains his Master's Degree.