HaitiHub is proud to collaborate with our contributing bloggers; we are grateful for their willingness to share their writing with our readers and even more thankful for the variety of perspectives and experiences that they bring to our blog site.

If you enjoy their writing here, we absolutely recommend that you go and check out their personal blogs too!

If you are a writer living or working in Haiti and are interested in joining our community at the HaitiHub blog, please contact us at so that we can get to know a little bit about you and your experience in Haiti!

Current Guest Bloggers:


Sylvia Elias

A former journalist and big-city prairie girl, Sylvia now calls a small mountain town in British Columbia home. Here she operates a piano teaching studio and dog walking business. A recent trip to Haiti stamped a large, visible and indelible mark on her life. Choosing to embrace the plot twist Haiti has thrown at her, Sylvia studies Creole regularly and thinks about Haiti constantly, while devising ways to return there soon.  

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Aslan Rentz Noakes

Aslan is the co-founder of the Empower Haiti Together, together, she and her co-founders Sam Merizema and Ludger Nau are working to promote sustainable and empowering partnerships that allow Haitians to create the change they desire.  Follow the Empower Haiti Together Blog @ Empower Haiti Together

Katie L. Guest Blogger






Katie Lawler

Katie lived and worked at Saint Damien’s Pediatric Hospital in Tabarre, Haiti from summer 2014- spring 2015.  While she is currently back home in Minnesota, thoughts of Haiti are never far from her mind and she’s sure she’ll be back to Haiti again in the not-so-far-away future.  You can follow her personal blog at


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Morgan Denny (aka Swix)

Morgan is a Physical Therapist who believes that health is a small word that can mean many things.  Born and raised in Nebraska, she now calls Portland, OR home.  She has spent significant amounts of time traveling in India, farming and hiking in New Zealand, and backpacking through the Himalayas in Nepal.  She also spent a year traveling across the U.S. as part of the EcoJaunt Project, creating how-to style videos to promote sustainable living.   She now puts her love of travel and PT skills to work as one of the founding members of STAND: The Haiti Project.




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