Ruben Pierre-Louis, President of Adopt Haiti Project. Ruben enjoys  meditating with R.I.S.E Up, Drums No Guns, & O.U.R Revolution.  He  shares his time with these organizations by volunteering in the  community.  Ruben has been employed with Capital One for the last 12 years, where he also serves as a table coach  for the Future Leaders Forum for Young Men. Ruben resides in Henrico,  VA with his wife and two daughters. 




Raymonde Charles is Adopt Adopt Haiti Project’s (AHP) Vice President. As the Vice President she coordinates, plans and executes events for the community to attend. She has been part of the organization for seven (7) years. Raymonde continues to work hard and diligently to bring awareness in the Haitian community and other communities together. Her goal for Adopt Haiti Project is to create opportunities for the community to come together. For many events she makes Haitian patties and can make one of the many drinks of Haiti, Kremas.

Raymonde currently is employed at VCU Health as the Interim Surgery Scheduler. As the interim scheduler she scheduled surgeries for physicians, obtains authorizations for surgeries and medication through insurances. She obtained her M.S. in Administration of Justice and Security from the University of Phoenix and attended Virginia Commonwealth University for undergraduate.




Tiffany Winstead Fateus grew up in Kilmarnock, VA, the heart of the Northern Neck. She was raised by her grandparents and taught to think independently and to follow her dreams. Tiffany was taught to value education and to work hard to achieve her goals. She is the mother three wonderful young men, (Dorian, Tyson and Jalen) and a loving grandmother to a precious baby boy (Ayden). In 2013, trying to fill a missing void in her life, she traveled to Haiti with a team to support the St. Joseph Family (a home for street kids) and Wings of Hope (a home for mentally challenged and disabled children). Immediately, she fell in love with the children. Despite their circumstances they were happy and full of life. Haiti tugged at her heart so much, she made a trip every six months to spend time with the kids and to help out where she could. In 2015, she married one of the former directors of Wings of Hope, thus cementing her ties to Haiti. Tiffany has been employed as a financial analyst for a government contractor for the last eighteen years. She is pursuing a degree in Finance, with a minor in Accounting. Tiffany intends to follow up her educational studies with a MBA and her Chartered Financial Analyst license. She is also studying to be a realtor to further her desire to help people. Tiffany believes given the right tools, everyone can succeed. She is a woman with a mind for numbers and a heart for people.