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AmeriBelge Center for Education, Inc


Ameribelge Center for Education INC (ABCE) is a non-profit community based organization. Founded in the state of Florida December 2011 with the goal to assist the Haitians, the Caribbean and other ethnicities.

Ameribelge is an educational facility that has a strong academic program, with students being taught in small classes that would foster their learning. Aside from academics, they will also have various activities related to students' different interests.

Ameribelge Center provides educational support and youth leadership development programs. These programs include leadership workshops, academic enhancement, employment counseling, and educational workshops. There are social, cultural, and recreational activities for youth as well. The Center also provides immigration and refugee assistance with legal assistance, basic education in native language, and English classes for speakers of other languages.

 

 

Our Mission

 

                   Statement

 

AmeriBelge Center for Education, Inc is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.

 

Our mission is to challenge each child to reach his or her full intellectual, creative and physical potential through a fully integrated curriculum. We encourage students to become life-long learners by developing intellectual curiosity and a thirst for discovery and achievement. We strive to create a diverse community that fosters mutual respect and social responsibility, enhanced by a strong partnership between home and school.


 

VISION

 

Our vision, as a community, is to inspire a passion for learning. Our vision for the future is to be the customer's first and best choice in the products and services we provide.



Board Of Directors

 

Marie Monique Jacques-Louis (Executive Director)

The Executive Director serves as the chief executive officer works closely with and reports to the President and the Board of Trustees.

The Executive Director directs and administers all programs, operations and policies in addition to supervising a professional staff.

 

Elsie Ray (Chief of Operations)

 

The COO provides operational oversight to the staff and supports the CEO in realizing the vision and strategic priorities set by the council's board of directors. S/he partners with the CEO to lead the senior management team in establishing, integrating, and executing operational strategies.

 

Dr. Jacques-L Bonenfant (Chair)

The chair attend all board meetings and serves on the executive committee. S/he carries out special assignments as requested by the board chair. It is imperative that they understand the responsibilities of the board chair and be able to perform these duties in the chief operating officer’s absence.

 

 Rose KerlineVirgile Frederic (Vice Chair)

The vice-chair attends all board meetings and serve on the executive committee. They are responsible for carrying out special assignments as requested by the board chair. They also understand the responsibilities of the board chair and be able to perform these duties in the chair's absence.

 

Ludmilla Paul (Treasurer)

The treasurer's duties involve oversight of fiscal matters. Officers and members rely on financial reports to guide decisions in all areas of governance. The treasurer prepares special financial reports addressing proposed plans for expenditures.

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