The BelTiFi "Pretty Young Girl" Inc. stands together to enhance the personal advancement and the professional development of young Haitian-American women in New York. Our aim is to promote female empowerment and civic engagement in the Haitian community. As a unit, we plan to open up the gateways to professional success and establish beneficial relationships with other young Haitian-American women and enable mentoring opportunities with prominent Haitian-American professional women. Through using contemporary methods of interaction such as events, programs, the arts, creative workshops, and collaborations, our mission will set a new standard of the traditional Haitian women. We celebrate our birthday on March 13th!
Be able to exude confidence
Enlighten those around you
Lead those who are willing to follow
Transform dreams into realities
Involve yourself in community outreach
Fearless woman of power
Instill change and promote empowerment
BTF: What ages are the kids who involved? And how many are there?
BTF: What do you think needs to be done in terms of education for the Haitian youth? Are there any major initiatives that you think need to be executed?
Shine bright like a Diamond!
BEL TI FI INC. HOSTS THIRD ANNUAL EVENT
A BEAUTY’S BRUNCH: DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH
EMPOWERING YOUNG HAITIAN-GIRLS AT MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE ON APRIL 12, 2014
What gem represents you?
Are you an Emerald or a Ruby?
Opal or Sapphire?
Pearl or Topaz?
(New York, NEW YORK-Saturday, April 12, 2014)- As we know diamonds are formed by pressure and forces of change, and that process is personalized in the hard work they do. In Partnership with New York State Senator Kevin Parker, Bel Ti Fi Inc. presents the third annual empowerment brunch dedicated to young Haitian-American women in the Tri State Area. The event will take place at Medgar Evers College, at 1638 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11225 promptly beginning at 11am to 4:30pm. Opened to all who are welcomed, this event will primarily focus on the personal advancement and professional development of young girls through creating a “Gems Guide” to a happy life. As the 2014 theme represents creating clarity, elegance, and brilliance like that of a precious gem, the event will creatively represent diamonds in its relation to empowering the young audience.
Topics of discussion will shed light on:
Health & Wellness
Program is scheduled to include a lineup of amazing top Haitian-American panelists representing all professional industries. A special performance is to be unveiled by the talented and soulful Riva Precil with lead guitarist Monvelyno Alexis. Klever Films and producer Francesca Andre premiere their trailer: 3L: Live, Laugh, Love, a web series showcasing the life of a young Haitian-American avid to make it in the big city. An award ceremony to shown highlighting select Haitian-American women who have excelled in business and civic engagement.
Nicole Hollant Denis, Principal architect at Aarris Atepa Architects and Creator of the African American burial ground in NYC
Yona Deshommes, Senior Publicity Manager for Simon & Schuster (publishing house)
Marie Joseph, Assistant Director at Ernst & Young
Blandine Jean-Paul, Senior Director, Sports Marketing at ESPN
Sandra Altiné, Senior Vice President - Global Diversity and Inclusion, Moody's Corporation
Patricia Cesaire, Principal of The Cesaire Group; Digital Strategist for Black Enterprise
Regine Roy, Chief of Affairs for Senator Kevin Parker
Alberthe Bernier, Esq, Associate at Littman Krooks LLP.
Support from our sponsors includes Le Boudoir Inc. giving live fashion consultations for guests and including a chance to win a closet revamping and organize your clothing. Culinary chef Nadege Fleurimond will give away $300 tickets to her upcoming event on April 19th, Bal a Versailles: The Golden Mask, Fleurimond Catering Masquerade ball at the Broad Street ballroom in New York City. Faces by Fannie artistry by Stefanie Leguillow will give away a makeover valuing at $100.00.
Thank you to our partnerships with Medgar Evers College, Homeworks Inc., Queens Geniuses, Le Boudoir, Faces by Fannie, FG Catering, and the Office of Senator Kevin Parker.
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The BelTiFi "Pretty Young Girl" Inc. stands together to enhance the personal advancement and the professional development of young Haitian-American women in New York. Our aim is to promote female empowerment and civic engagement in the Haitian community. As a unit, we plan to open up the gateways to professional success and establish beneficial relationships with other young Haitian-American women and enable mentoring opportunities with prominent Haitian-American professional women. Through using contemporary methods of interaction such as events, programs, the arts, creative workshops, and collaborations, our mission will set a new standard of the traditional Haitian women.
Interested in volunteering? Please email Beltifi.email@example.com
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Bel Ti Fi brings "Back to School" basics with a twist! Devoting the entire week of September 23rd to highlight educators and special events dedicated to increasing awareness in law, books, education, and entertainment. This will include fun Q&A's, Twitter Parties, and coverage for special events.
LET NO ONE CLIP YOUR WINGS!
Bel Ti Fi cordially invites you to the "FLIGHTS OF FANCY"
During our three years of metamorphosis, we have transformed a dream into a reality. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, join us as we acknowledge Haitian women that will guide you to fly towards the next destination of your personal and professional development.
Dedicate your Saturday with a day full of LAUGHTER, LESSONS, and UnLIMITED possibilities. Ladies and Gentleman bring your daughters, God-daughters, nieces, sisters, friends, family, and colleagues. We encourage EVERYONE to come out and support.
The luncheon includes: a monologue series, power panel discussion, award ceremony, and networking.
See the links below for our PSA’s for our personal transformations!
SATURDAY, March 24, 2012
Doors open promptly at 11AM
ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE
180 Remsen Street Brooklyn, New York 11201
Premier Series of Monologues: OF BUTTERFLIES and BONDS: The Lifecycle of a BelTiFi Butterfly
Panel topics of discussion include:Self-confidence,Relationships,Inter-generational Relationships,Career Planning,Education,Entrepreneurship,Financial Literacy and more…
Rodneyse Bichotte (District leader female 42nd district Brooklyn)
Dr. Patricia Marthone, M.D. (Director of Business Development and Operations for a series of Office Surgical Based Practices & Clinics in NYC)
Midwin Charles (Managing Principal, Midwin Charles & Associates LLC andTV Legal Analyst)Honorable Judge Sybil Elias (First Haitian-American Judge of New Jersey)
Kherlyn Veillard-Marcel (Budget Director, Open Society Institute)
Cassandre Pierre Charles (Integrated Marketing Director, ESSENCE)
Mildred Antenor (Media Commentator, Public Speaker, University Professor)
Jasmine Attikese (Planning Manager, Time Warner Inc.)
Tai Henriquez (Contracts coordinator, Grand Central Publishing)
Carline Dumerlin-Folkes (Early College Liaison at City University of New York and Co-author of Miss University)
Jessica LaForest (Associate producer, CBS)
Melissa Bernier (Attorney and Counselor at Law at Bernier Legal, LLC)
Nadine Fontaine, Esq. (Assistant Director at Eqip. Systems Inc., President-elect of Metropolitan Black Bar Association)
Bel Ti Fi of the Months will be presented with a Certificate of Recognitionhttp:
Catherine Edouard Charlot- CEO of Himane Inc. and featured in O Magazine
Vicki Sylvain- 1199 representative, Executed the created of thousands of Survival Kits for Women in Haiti
Regine Roumain- Executive Director Haitian Cultural Exchange
Mona Scott Young Executive Producer of (VH1’s LOVE AND HIP HOP reality show)
*Fabiola Desmont- Currently on the ground in Haiti, Director of the Restavek Organization (LIVE Skyping with her)
See Fabiola here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqR7aMrsjKQ
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