When I was in high school, I learned a valuable lesson when a few of my classmates came to my house to study with me. The more I helped them, the more I mastered the subjects; my hard work and dedication was compensated with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Statistics and Economics.
It was my dream and personal goals to further my education abroad, a very costly dream I might add but not impossible to attain. That dream was realized in 1990 after I completed a competitive entrance examination at the Embassy of Mexico; I was granted a full academic scholarship to pursue a Master’s degree in Economics at the Centro de Investigacción y de Docencia Económicas in Mexico City. While I was in my second year in the program, I started my teaching career as a TA in Macroeconomics with Professor Angel Palerm Siqueira. I went back to Haiti in September 1992 and one month later I was hired as a Microeconomics and Macroeconomics instructor at INAGHEI, one of Haiti’s most prestigious University. In 1995 I was invited to Washington DC by the International Monetary Fund to attend an accelerated three months course in Financial Politics and Programming. And also in 1996 I was blessed and extremely fortunate again to be awarded another Scholarship by the Joint World Bank and Japanese Government to pursue my second Master’s degree in Policy Economic Management at Columbia University in New York.
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Jean Adam, CEO
Visitors since Nov. 2009
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