About Me: The purpose of this initiative is to empower hard to reach local Haitian communities throughout the rebuilding process of Haiti with the necessary tools and resources for survival and rehabilitation. We achieve this through the on-the-ground leadership of Haitian-American Regine Zamor, who is working to bridge the gap between the communities and major relief organizations to support the distribution of aid, work effectively with local orphanages, support the livelihood, protection, safety, and human rights of Haitian children, organize mobile medical clinics in underserved areas, and enlist local Haitian community organizers and residents in relief efforts.

My Passions: Community Building

My Challenges: Funding, Resources

My Vision for the Future: Security, and access and education for the masses

My Areas of Expertise: Program Management, Outreach Management, Communications, Logistics, Coordination

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Hello Regine,

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I look forward to hearing more about your life in Haiti.

Best wishes with the rebuilding processes,


Hi Regine,

Welcome to the PulseWire community. It is very exciting to have you here with us. Your work is very inspiring and I hope that the Haitian community knows that we are all here for them and even though the media is not paying as much attention to Haiti anymore, Haiti is still in our hearts and minds.

I look forward to hearing from you here on PulseWire and reading your journal entries. I wish you the best of luck with everything you are doing. Once again, welcome to our community!


Dear Regine, I have these questions in French.....merci. Hello. I’m writing a book about global youth viewpoints and would be very appreciative of your help getting these questions to young people 19 and younger who would like to be part of my book. I have translations of the questions in various languages. Thanks, Gayle

Greetings from California. I'm writing a book that gives you and other young people around the world an opportunity to say what's on your mind. This is your chance to be heard. Many of you have wonderful suggestions for how to make our world a better to live in, so I'm asking people age 19 and under to respond to 10 questions. I’ll compare your answers by age, gender, and location. See myspace.com/globalyouthviewpoints for the questions and photos of schools and students I’ve visited on three continents. Also see http://globalyouthspeakout.ning.com/main/index/addContent (I’ve written other peer-based books for youth, including The Teen Trip: The Complete Resource Guide and How to Survive Your Parents’ Divorce: Kids’ Advice to Kids.) Please also forward to kids and their teachers so they can be part of the global youth book. Thanks, Gayle Kimball, Ph.D.

  1. If you could ask a question of the wisest person in the world, what would you ask her or him about life?
  2. What bothers you in your daily life? What practice best helps you stay calm?
  3. If there was one thing you could change about adults, what would it be?
  4. What would you like to change about yourself?
  5. What do you like to do for fun?
  6. When have you felt most loved by someone else?
  7. Why do you think you’re here on earth; what’s your purpose?
  8. On a scale of 1 to 100, how highly would you grade your school? Why?
    1. What work would you like to do when you're an adult?
    2. If you were the leader of your country, what changes would you make?
  9. Imagine you get to write on a T-shirt going on a trip around the world. What do you want your T-mail to say to people?

What questions are missing that you’d like to answer? Your email. . . . . . . What first name would you like used in the book to quote you? How old are you? Girl or boy? What city and country do you live in? Gracias! Merci! Danke! Arrigato! Chi chi!

Previous Books: Essential Energy Tools book and 3 videos. 21st Century Families: Blueprints for Family-Friendly Workplaces, Schools and Governments. (Equality Press) How to Create Your Ideal Workplace (Equality Press) The Teen Trip: The Complete Resource Guide (Equality Press) 50/50 Parenting (Lexington Books) 50/50 Marriage (Beacon Press) ed. Everything You Need to Know to Succeed After College (Equality Press) How to Survive Your Parents' Divorce (Equality Press) ed. Women's Culture (Scarecrow Press) ÿ > > > > Ed. Women's Culture Revisited. (Scarecrow Press, 2005)

Hi Regine,

I'm so glad you found our community! Many of us on PulseWire are interested in what is going on in Haiti and I hope you keep us updated on the situation there. You have joined an amazing community of inspiring members posting from over the world and I know you will find a lot of support here. Let me know if you have any questions about the community and I will help you get started. I look forward to hearing more from you!

Be well,

Michelle World Pulse Technology Associate

Hi Regine,

I just came across you page, and with your background in public service/community development in a post-conflict environment, I thought you might be interested in this opportunity in the US.

Travel, accommodation, and meals are paid.

Deadline to apply is February 1, 2013

Here is the link: http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/exchange/post/62087

Kind regards,

Jennifer World Pulse Online Community Management Volunteer