Fabrice Guerrier is the youngest member on the board of directors for Coming to the Table, an organization that works across the United States to address the legacies of slavery. Fabrice is a MA candidate in conflict transformation at Eastern Mennonite University. Previously, he founded and directed the Leehg Institute for Foreign Policy for four years. He has research experience working with Fambul Tok International in postwar communities in Sierra Leone. Fabrice has interned in the Front Office Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor at the US Department of State. He received his bachelor of science in international affairs and a leadership studies certificate from Florida State University. Fabrice was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He speaks French and Kreyol.
Updated May 2015
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