Research - Integrates peace, justice and human rights throughout her day, personally and professionally. While obtaining her degree at FAU, she earned the FAU Peace Studies Certificate, received a minor in French and advanced her global understanding through international political science and sociology courses. Her social work profession has provided experiences with international non-governmental organizations, intergovernmental organizations, and Governments of Europe, Haiti and the U.S. As an adjunct professor, she uses these experiences and passion to teach self-awareness, responsibility and humanity in the Intellectual Foundation Program (IFP), Global Perspectives of Social Services; a global citizenship course. Research projects include: Health and Mental Health – Haiti Disaster Recovery Response (Sant La Report and Strategic Plan, 2012), Strengthening the Family – Haiti sexual abuse prevention program (2011), Broward Haiti Relief Task Force Annual Report (2010), Islamic Radicalization in France (2007), and Women Run Organizations and Society (2006). Her volunteerism includes the Human Relations Committee of Broward County Public Schools-Chair; Dept. of Children and Families Refugee Task Force-Member; National Association of Social Workers Licensure Task Force (FL Chapter)-Chair; and HEAL Trafficking-Advocacy Committee Co-chair.