Hervé is a public and international affairs professional with over 15 years of experience who has helped organizations scale and multiply the impact of winning initiatives that create lasting results.
Hervé has also used his skillset to build networks, manage multidisciplinary teams, and collaborate across public, civil society, and private sectors to design and manage creative multi-sector policy, program, and operations strategies.
Hervé is fluent in the Haitian, French, and English languages, speaks conversational Egyptian Arabic, and has reading fluency-level in Spanish.
A disciple of values-based behavior and principled decision-making, Hervé seeks opportunities to stimulate shared prosperity through responsible and lasting policy solutions, business models, and strategic tools.
Undertook rigorous courses and benefited from challenging opportunities through the Arts and Sciences Honors Program culminating in two honors degrees in Arabic and Development Studies while participating in the following co-curricular and extracurricular programming:
His senior thesis: “Linking Economic Growth with Human Development: The Case of Kuwait”, presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation with distinction in development economics in the undergraduate colleges of The Ohio State University, discussed ways countries can sustainably raise their citizens’ standard of living. OSU’s Mershon Center for International Security provided partial support for this research project.