I really see myself as a leader. I decided to stand up for myself when I realize how people can easily take advantage of others, especially women. I feel the way society is set up in different part of the world, does not favor women. Society as a whole needs woman in all and every aspect, but people always find a way to say that woman is inferior and; therefore, can't make intelligent decision. I always have to fight to show people around me that I can do a lot of things with the knowledge that I have. I am against the picture being spread about woman who can't do this or that because society said she can't. Some women I met in my journey were afraid to start a fight because of lack of support. I am from Haiti where people are still thinking that women are inferior. Some people are against women right to choose. I did not have a lot of support when I realized that I had to stand up for myself.
My goal is to collaborate with other women to change this wide spread rumor about women capability. A lot of other women started similar movement and I want to get connected to them. I want to use social media to reach out to these groups of women that I would never be able to reach physically.
I host a radio show in Haitian Creole in my community with the goal of providing information to the community and change how people perceive woman and her strengths. Being able to host a show and present a variety of educational topics to the community in itself is not an easy task because the Haitian media is dominated by man. I think I can continue to use my voice to get connected to more women and men who believe in change , I could maybe do some educational films in the future or do more interviews to showcase women strengths in other places around the world. I think being part of World Pulse could offer me the opportunity to start new strenght-based-projects and learn more about how to achieve my goal due to the fact that I will be connected to other women all around the world. I believe that women need equal right to find more educational non bias opportunity.