Dr. Deborah Elvire Lolo was born and raised in Haiti. Her family migrated to the United States in the year 2000 where she completed high school and attended University.
She earned a double bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration and Business Administration at FAU followed by a doctorate degree in Pharmacy at Nova Southeastern University.
As a pharmacist, Dr. Lolo held several leadership roles in the community. She is currently practicing as a pediatric pharmacist and manager of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital outpatient pharmacy. Additionally, she is a consultant and research pharmacist at Miami-Dade Medical Research institute.
As a philanthropist, Dr. Lolo enjoys giving back to her community. Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, she has partnered up with a friend to run a yearly Christmas fundraising campaign for an orphanage located in Haiti. Money raised from the campaign provides Christmas gifts to the orphans and financial assistance to the facility.
As an active member of the Haitian American Pharmacists Association over the past 3 years, Dr. Lolo has participated in many community activities locally and abroad where she has provided free health education and health screenings to the underserved community, participated in health fairs, fundraisings for disaster relief and medical mission trip.
Dr. Lolo is currently the president of the Haitian American Pharmacists Association and, one of the 2022 Haitian Heritage Month Honorees by the city of North Miami.