Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida Congratulates Dotie Joseph, Esq. and Commissioner Jean Monestime.
DELLE JOSEPH, CPA
PATRICIA ELIZEE, ESQ.
DR. LUMANA JOSEPH, PT, DPT
PATRICK F. MARTIN, ESQ.
Immediate Past Chairman
FRANCOIS GUILLAUME II
MICHELLE AUSTIN PAMIES
PHILIPPE ARMAND, MBA
Miami, FL. August 31, 2018
The Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (HACCOF) sends “Special Congratulations” to Haitian-American Attorney Dotie Joseph for winning the State House primary race in District 108.
HACCOF is proud to have Dotie among our “Top 20 Under 40” Class of 2018 – Honoring her outstanding professional achievements in South Florida.
A “Big Round of Applause” for Chamber exceptional supporter, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jean Monestime, on being re-elected to his District 2 seat on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018 for his third term. Commissioner Jean Monestime is a proud Haitian-American devoted to his community and constituents.
While the chamber does not endorse candidates or political parties, both Dotie Joseph and Commissioner Jean Monestime are both excellent community leaders working towards prosperity for all – their commitment and achievements need to be recognized. We look forward to continue working with them.
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The Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida was established in 2005. Its mission is to serve as an advocate for its communities as well as a resource for consumers and businesses dedicated to serving both the needs of its members and the economic development needs of the broader Haitian American Community. The Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce also promotes investment and trade with the Haitian private and public sectors.