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Creole Image Honors Highlights Success in Haitian Community

On Oct. 8, ten Haitian Americans were honored  at an award ceremony in Passaic, NJ for their achievements in their respective fields. The first annual Creole Image Honors presented awards to: Wil Sylvince, a comedian and actor; Bergeson Leneus, president of the East Orange Board of Education; Stephan B. Durand, world-renowned chef;  Hon. Sybil M. Elias, the first Haitian-American judge appointed to municipal court in New Jersey; Kervin Andre, award-winning artist; Dr. Ruth Celestin, award-winning plastic surgeon; Carel Pedre, radio and TV personality; Kangol Kid, hip-hop pioneer; Hon. Joseph M. Champagne, former mayor of South Toms River, NJ; and Melky Jean, Grammy-nominated nominated singer and songwriter.

Vania André

Vania André

Media professional with background in marketing, public relations and journalism. Editor-in-chief of Haitian Times.
Vania André
October 30, 2017

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