Ketia Pierre is a South Florida native born to immigrant Haitian parents. She currently serves as the Operations Director of the Miami Workers Center, a membership-based organization, organizing towards dignity, power, and self-determination with domestic
workers, tenants, and families in Miami, FL. Ms. Pierre studied and trained as an Administrative Professional, graduating from
Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration and a Master of Public Administration and Community Development from Florida International University. She has had the opportunity to work with Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America, U-Turn Youth Consulting, LLC and the Miami Workers Center.
Ms. Pierre has engaged with several organizations driven by her passion to support her community. She serves as the Administrative Director for Do a Little Give a Little, an organization focused on providing community development through education, wellness, and environmental sustainability.
She is a Women of Color Empowerment of Institute (WOCEI) Fellow, an esteemed organization providing leadership and professional development, training, mentoring, networking, and career and political advancement program for women of color. Ms. Pierre is also a Sant La Fellow, a Haitian American Leadership program for young adults in South Florida. She previously served as a member of the Miami-Dade CRB Criminal Justice Community Advisory Committee.
“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity” – Emelia Earhart