Danielle Saint-Lot

Danielle Saint-Lot

Co Founder, the Haiti Chapter at Femmes en Démocratie

Company:
Femmes en Démocratie

General Information

Education

Bachelor of Arts  - International Relations , State University of Haiti

degree  - International Economic Relations , Institute for International Public Administration of Paris , France

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member  - National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals Inc

Member  - Vital Voices Global Partnership

Member of the Steering Committee for the Haiti Hope Project  - The Coca-Cola Company

Committee  - Conference Host Committee

Member  - Fellows VIII

Host Committee Member  - The National Association of Haitian Professionals

Recent News  

Ambassador Danielle Saint-Lot
Co-Chair of the Conference Host Committee Ambassador at Large of the Republic of Haiti President of the Danielle Saint-Lot Haiti Women's Foundation Born in Pétion-Ville, Haiti, Ambassador at Large Danielle Saint-Lot has spent much of her career focused on promoting women's rights and business development in Haiti. She has been Haiti's first female Minister of Commerce and Industry and has held several other key positions in Haiti's government including Minister of Tourism. She is an associate at Caribbean Business Consulting (CBC) and co founder of Femmes en Démocratie, the Haiti Chapter of Vital Voices Global Partnership. She also served as Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti. She has worked as program coordinator or consultant for different international organizations. Her main areas of expertise are business and private sector development, politics and local governance, women political and economic empowerment, public and government affairs.

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During the last 10 years, Vital Voices has been privileged to work with extraordinary Haitian women, including Danielle Saint-Lot, Ann-Valerie Timothee Milfort, Nadine Perrault, Rhodes Garçon, Phelicia Dell, Yanick Gaston Louis, Marie Lucie Bonhomme, and many others.
Danielle Saint-Lot, Vital Voices Network member and co-founder of our chapter in Haiti, Femmes en Democratie, offers her first-hand account of current conditions and calls for assistance in a post to our blog. Read her post Danielle Saint-Lot In 1999, Danielle Saint-Lot co-founded Femmes en Democratie, Vital Voices' Regional Chapter in Haiti. After attending a Vital Voices conference in Montevideo, Uruguay, Danielle returned to her country inspired, and organized a conference to discuss the work of Vital Voices. Femmes en Democratie was then formed as an affiliate chapter, and has since thrived, thanks largely to Danielle's leadership, vision and commitment. Currently an independent consultant for both public and private, national and international organizations, Danielle has previously held posts in Haiti's Ministries of Commerce and Industry, and Foreign Affairs and External Cooperation. A co-founder of Femmes en Democratie, Marie had joined Danielle Saint-Lot at a Vital Voices conference in Montevideo, Uruguay, and was integral to the formation of Vital Voices' Haiti Chapter.

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Ambassador Danielle Saint-Lot
Member of the Advisory Board Ambassador at Large of the Republic of Haiti President of the Danielle Saint-Lot Haiti Women's Foundation Born in Pétion-Ville, Haiti, Ambassador at Large Danielle Saint-Lot has spent much of her career focused on promoting women's rights and business development in Haiti. She has been Haiti's first female Minister of Commerce and Industry and has held several other key positions in Haiti's government including Minister of Tourism. She is an associate at Caribbean Business Consulting (CBC) and co founder of Femmes en Démocratie, the Haiti Chapter of Vital Voices Global Partnership. She also served as Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti. She has worked as program coordinator or consultant for different international organizations. Her main areas of expertise are business and private sector development, politics and local governance, women political and economic empowerment, public and government affairs.

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