Sandy Dorsainvil – Caribbean-American Woman On The Move

Celebrating Women’s History Month With Sandy Dorsainvil

MIAMI – Sandy Dorsainvil currently serves as the Principal consultant of Maximillian Consultants Inc.  Maximillian Consultants work to preserve the cultural identity of all Americans.

All events and programs are curated, produced, and facilitated with the intention of preserving the native culture of all whom settle in the USA while embracing their contributions to the American fabric.

They examine how community landscapes relate to ecology, cultural heritage, well-being, and civic engagement to explore strategies that can close urban–cultural gaps. We make urban spaces better places to live, work and play.

Sandy Dorsainvil
Sandy Dorsainvil

Sandy Dorsainvil, assists as the Director of Events and Strategic Programming for EcoTech Visions Foundation.  She is tasked with helping “green” tech small businesses in urban areas grow and develop. She also serves as a Community Liaison, in District 5, in the Office of Chairman Keon Hardemon.

She managed of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC) until April 2016.  At the LHCC, Sandy programmed the black box theatre and fine art gallery, facilitated quality children’s activities, opened the Caribbean Marketplace, and launched several signature events, including the Women’s International Brunch, the RaRa Institute, Sounds of Little Haiti, and “Conversations With…”

Ms. Dorsainvil also served as the Marketing Specialist for Broward County Public Schools, Career, Technical, Adult and Community Education Department (2007-2011).

Sandy is also committed to her work in Miami-Dade County, where she sits on the Art in Public Places Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) Board.

Sandy Dorsainvil taught middle school social studies for 7 years (1999-2006) She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History from Howard University.  Sandy has worked in the non-profit sector for over twenty years, facilitating cultural events targeting Caribbean communities.  Ms. Dorsainvil also a board member of, Caribbean-American Cultural Preservation Society and the Northeast Second Avenue Partnerships.

Sandy Dorsainvil most celebrated projects
  • The Haitian American Professionals Coalition, Executive Director (2011-2013).  Coordinated and facilitated the annual work retreat for HAPC’s 15 core organizations
  • Broward County Schools Career and Technical Education Student Conference (2007-2011)
  • The Haitian Youth of Tomorrow (HAYOT) Youth Conference and voter registration campaign 2012.
  • The ResCare Workforce Gap Analysis in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • World Building Facilitators, affordable housing campaign in Dakar, Senegal 2011.
  • NBA Cares Center Recipient 2014
  • John S. and James L Knight Foundation Knight Arts Challenge Winner 2014
  • Haitian-American Hurricane Mathew Haiti Relief Effort 2016
  • Sounds of Little Haiti Concert Series
  • Women’s International Brunch and Recognition Ceremony March 2016

Sandy Dorsainvil is an efficient and effective program curator.  She understands the culture and nuances of the Caribbean, specifically Haiti.  She is able to bring interest to an event or campaign while she perpetuates awareness of a cause.  Her programs are fiscally sound and successful.

Most importantly, Sandy is the proud mother of two children, Andrew and Fortune (Bella).

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