A 501(c)3 supporting the most successful reforestation project in Haiti

Who We Are

Haiti Reforestation Partnership

Haiti Reforestation Partnership Staff

The Rev. Jill Staton Bullard

Executive Director

Deacon, Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

Emeritus CEO of Inter-Faith Food
Shuttle, Raleigh, North Carolina.

jill@haitireforest.org | (919) 812-1885

Haiti Reforestation Partnership

Board of Directors

Martha Johnson, Chair of the Board

Former Administrator, US General Services Administration.

Robert A Herrick, Immediate Past Chair & Governance Chair

Environmental Engineer with a specialty in air quality management who owns his own consultancy.

Oscara Carter Stevik, CPA, Treasurer

New Bern, North Carolina.

Chris Weinheimer, Assistant Treasurer

Retired Certified Public Accountant with a career in health care and hospital financial management.

Melanie Musgrove, Sr Financial Advisor to CODEP

Certified Public Accountant and Project Management Professional with PwC.

Bob Lee, Corporate Secretary & Tree Committee

Retired from 40 year career in agribusiness, working with USAID organizations.

Jim Sylivant, Operations

Retired from a career as an electrical engineer for IBM.

William McGuire, IT and Donor Infrastructure Chair

Consultant working with the Management and IT Consulting firm, Impact Makers, Inc.

Becky Christian, Marketing Chair

 

Elizabeth Lusk, Tree Committee

Retired from the Natural Environment Section of the NC Department of Transportation.

Jesse Atkinson, Operations

Retired from maintenance and facility management at AT&T.

Haiti Reforestation Partnership
Partners

For over 25 years we have enjoyed a variety of partnerships with other organizations – foundations, charities, businesses, and faith communities. They have provided all sorts of support including financial gifts, agricultural expertise, mechanical and engineering know-how, architectural drawings and designs, construction support, materials and tools, computer equipment and training, strategic planning, financial management, leadership development, and training. They have sponsored interns from the US as well as other full-time advisors and workers.

The CODEP project would not be where it is today if it hadn’t been for such constant and enthusiastic partners.

Growing List of Partners

Have a skill?  Interesting in learning more about partnering?