Emmanuel Miot is a creative professional who’s passionate about growth, community building, and creating more equity for everyone. He believes that social entrepreneurship is key to building thriving communities of the future and he loves working with mission-driven founders in the space.
Emmanuel aspires to see more mission-driven founders leveraging collaboration and social capital as a resource for business growth. Emmanuel brings a unique perspective to his work, which includes a diverse background in sales, network marketing, business development, management, and banking. He has launched and grown several companies and is currently the founder & CEO of two technology companies.
When he’s not working, you may find him enjoying the outdoors with his family, learning something new, or working on his golf swing as a professional practice squad golfer.
Whitney Lubin is a technologist, serial entrepreneur, ecosystem builder, and a 2019 Code for America Fellow. After a trip to Oakland to attend AfroTech in 2019, she decided Haitians in the diaspora needed a space to locate and network with incredible tech talent. So Feb 2020 @HaitianinTech was launched.
HaitiansInTech quickly grew from a simple email list, into a clubhouse room, before becoming a fiscally sponsored nonprofit initiative to build tech talent in the Little Haiti community.
With the support of local community partners like KnightFoundation and Center For Black Innovation, she’s excited about the opportunity to help other aspiring Haitian technologists make a successful transition into tech careers as the 4th industrial Revolution and Web 3.0 shake up the future of work.
Martin Jean-Baptiste is a social entrepreneur who created $LittleHaitiCoin, a crypto-concept borrowed by the City of Miami to create $MiamiCoin.
Martin is also the conceptor of the Captain Haiti Game App on Google Play. In the game, Captain Haiti must jump over fiat money to burn $CaptainHaiti Meme tokens. As the co-founder of the Little Haiti Studio, a 5,000 sqft facility located in Little Haiti, he aspires to use NFTs to help keep Little Haiti red and blue.
Join Haitians In Tech for their Launch Party Mixer. Learn about Haitians In Tech and network with community leaders and tech innovators.
If you aspire to start a career in tech you don’t want to miss this event.