Jean-Josue E.Saintfery was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti on February 6,1980.He is one of three children born to Bolier and Iliana Saintfery.Jean-Josue, often called Jean for short, resided in Haiti for the majority of his early years, until he migrated to the U.S.along with his sister Elna at the age of 9. Being a native of Haiti, Jean is no stranger to the rough life lived by the Haitian population.He has always had the passion and desire to give back to his own people, so much so that during his adult working life, Jean has donated funds almost on a monthly basis to those that are less fortunate back home. Joshua Celestin was born on July 16, 1990, to parents Augusma and Jocelyne Celestin. Joshua, a Haitian-American, is the youngest of three siblings born in Danbury, CT. Being born to Haitian parents, he and his two sisters, Beatrice and Naomie Celestin, are no strangers to the life lived by the people of Haiti.
Shawon Watson:In becoming a leadership speaker I have had to overcome many challenges and obstacles in my life so far. In 1992 at the age of 6 I was diagnosed with a Learning Disability (Dyslexia).Some kids would call me retarded, Stupid, slow and I’m sure they used a few other choice words I didn’t even know what they meant.I was also bullied and sometimes this made me choose to be a loner. Around 1996 the bullying started to fade and that was about the time I found the game of basketball. I still had to face the fact that I had a Learning Disa
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