Dinah Jean-Philippe
Dinah Jean-Philippe
Dinah Jean-Philippe is a Haitian-American artist, activist, and educator from Miami, Florida. She is the founder of the Haitian-American Artist Collective (HAAC) and the Haitian-American Arts Festival (HAAF). Their work is rooted in the belief that art has the power to transform lives and communities. She is a creative, philanthropic, and passionate individual with a deep desire to make the world a better place. She has been involved in the non-profit and charity sector for over 10 years, and has an extensive background in education. She is currently the founder of an inclusive arts organization that is dedicated to providing art education to children who are typically underrepresented in the arts.
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