National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP)
Social Hour Series | Network Afterwork in Boston, MA
Friday, May 29th | 7PM-11PM
Tamboo Restaurant & Lounge
252 Main Street, Brockton, MA
FMI: 617.286.2488 or 781.308.8434
Exclusive Media Sponsor:
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NAHP’s Social Hour Series serves as a central gathering space for Haitian professionals from across the U.S., specifically in Washington, DC, Atlanta, GA, Miami, FL, Boston, MA and New York, promoting networking between students and professionals of Haitian descent who are interested in career advancement strategies and opportunities. These events helps to build partnership amongst members of the Diaspora and with those who are friends of Haiti while providing NAHP the opportunity to engage attendees in advocacy efforts, philanthropic and social entrepreneurship projects directly tied to promoting sustained social and economic success in Haiti. NAHP plans to host this series once a year to continue promoting partnership within the Diaspora as a means to get them engages in Haiti’s ongoing rebuilding and development efforts.
Join NAHP in Massachusetts, New York, Georgia, Washington, DC and Florida for our “Network After Work” Social Hour Series!
May: Boston, MA (Friday, May 29th)
June: New York, NY (Thursday, June 25th)
July: Atlanta, GA / Washington, DC
August: Miami, FL
The National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2011 to serve as the leading networking organization for professionals and students interested in career advancement and leveraging the transformative power of collective action to create solid partnerships that use advocacy, catalytic philanthropy and social entrepreneurship to promote inclusive, effective and lasting socio-economic progress in Haiti.
NAHP is comprised of a group of Haitian professionals and students from across the nation who are dedicated to seeing the professional advancement of the Haitian Diaspora through scholarship, mentorship programs, informative conferences and building a mass organized network where Haitian communities and beyond can stand to profit.
To learn more about the National Association of Haitian Professionals, visit http://nahpusa.org/
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National Association of Haitian Professionals, Inc.