Long before she attended the School of Dominique Savio in Petion-Ville, Haiti, Romane was a Salesian at heart. As a youth, she was a churchgoer, a member of the choir, and an active member of the Dominique Savio Artistic Group (GADOSA), founded by Reverend Father Jean Sylvain Jeannot. During her remarkable journey with the Salesians, Romane enrolled in the High School division. After graduation in 1987, she became an Elementary School Teacher, and a Trainer for Summer Classes.
Romane is forever humbled and grateful for the knowledge and principles she received from her memorable experience and is eager to give back. For that purpose, she joined ACODOSAH’s Committee in 2020 in their efforts to IMPACT the lives of disadvantaged youth in the school and within our Haitian communities. Through her active participation, Romane is committed to continuing Don Bosco’s vision for the future generation.
After a long professional career in Haiti, Romane is now an Advocate for Workers Rights and a business owner in the United States. She holds a Master’s in Criminology from Florida International University (FIU). She is also a Member of the College Saint-Louis de Bourdon Alumnae Association.