HAITIANS WHO BLOG
Haitians Who Blog is the first community-driven hub dedicated to amplifying the voices of Haitian creatives. We started as the first network of Haitian bloggers and content creators, sharing our unique stories and cultivating a community. Today, Haitians Who Blog has evolved into the leading media and lifestyle platform for Haitian creatives seeking career resources, cultural celebration, inspiration, and personal growth. We empower and support Haitian creatives in achieving their full potential while promoting the rich and diverse culture of Haiti to a global audience.
Our mission is to empower Haitian creatives by amplifying their voices and providing them with the tools and resources needed to succeed. Through mentorship, working capital, professional development, and curated networking experiences, we strive to support these individuals in achieving their full potential while promoting the vibrant culture of Haiti to a global audience.
To build an equitable future where Haitian creatives have the resources, support, and opportunities to thrive and share their unique perspectives with the world.
Meet our Founder
Shirley Dor is a powerhouse influencer who has built a career on uniting Haitian creatives. As the founder of Haitians Who Blog, Shirley has created a community-driven hub that amplifies the voices of Haitian creatives and provides them with the resources needed to succeed.
With her passion for promoting Haitian culture and her experience in social media strategy, Shirley has skillfully launched a marketing agency, which has become the premier destination helping enterprises craft messaging that form connections with diverse consumers in Central Florida.
Shirley's dedication to her community has earned her recognition as the Rising Star of the Year, Haitian Woman of the Year, and one of the Top 20 Young Professionals under 40. She is a proud alumni of NAWBO Launch Right Program, Digital Undivided Start Accelerator, and EnrichHER Accelerator Program. As a board member of the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce, the Golden Vie Inc Immigrant Scholarship program, and the Haitian Real Estate Professional Association, she is passionate about serving the Haitian community.
Shirley and Haitians Who Blog have been featured in Pop Sugar, USAToday, Washington Post, The Haitian Times, and Well + Good. Her dedication to empowering Haitian creatives and promoting Haitian culture has made her a a role model for young professionals everywhere.
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