Roudelyne Nogar Jean currently serves as the Consul General of Haiti in Atlanta (“Caribbean women,” n.d.). In the current position, she serves as the representative of the island in the United States since many local residents visit Haiti for vacations. The primary responsibilities of Jean include overseeing and managing rights and policies that apply to Haiti. Additionally, she is responsible for the consulate’s legal matters. As part of her task, the Consul General drafts employment agreements and contracts with vendors.
Jean is a representative of the Haiti community in the United States. She used her expertise and skills to help Haiti’s vulnerable populations through the “Water, Hygiene and Sanitation” project in partnership with “Pure Water of the World” between 2011 and 2013. This non-governmental organization is dedicated to providing clean water to populations with no access to it. Next, between 2013 and 2015, she was in charge of the government’s Social Assistance Fund (FAES). The goal of FAES was to help Haitian women living in disadvantaged neighborhoods by providing them with financial support, which they could use to fund the studies of their children.
Between 2016 and 2019, Jean worked for the Haitian Parliament. At first, she joined the institution as an Administrator. Later, she became an Office Coordinator for the Presidency of the Chamber of Congressman’s Administrator. Finally, 2019 marked Roudelyne Nogar Jean’s first diplomatic appointment in Atlanta. She became the Head of Post at Atlanta’s Consulate General of Haiti and worked in this position for a year and four months. Currently, she serves as a Consul General at the same organization. Jean’s competencies include fluency in English, French, and Creole languages. She has been married to Herold Jean, who is a social worker.
Consular conversations: Caribbean women. (n.d.). 2021, Web.