Born in Port-au-Prince, she began her primary studies at the Sisters of Charity of Saint-Louis de Carrefour and then continued her secondary education at the College Marie Régine, Salesian Sisters of Thorland.
As a revelation, at the age of 12, she wanted to study nuclear engineering at all costs. During her high school years, her love for mathematics and her interest in hard sciences have confirmed her potential to embrace this field. Laureate at the entrance exam at the Faculty of Applied Sciences (FDSA), her journey with this institution has been very fruitful in terms of organizing student life through initiatives such as the creation of class committees and the first central committee recognized by the decanate in its mission of intermediary and students representative.
At the end of her 5 years of university studies, the real challenges have begun. Her professional career started with an internship at the National Television of Haiti (TNH) for a period of one month. Selected among the students to participate in a competition for an internship at Digicel, she was retained for a period of 3 months internship in this company where she was going to build herself as a professional. The only woman on her team, her professional adventure was made of a lot of fighting and determination to move from intern to junior engineer, from junior engineer to senior engineer and team leader. A Merit Award was awarded to her in January 2017 by the company as "Employee of the Semester Technique", to mark her work of leadership, determination, commitment and proactivity.
In order to consolidate her career plans in the field of management, she is currently studying online with UKTA (United Kingdom Telecommunication Academy) for a master's degree in Information and Communication Technology Management (ICT management) and in parallel studies in Haiti at the Institute of Sciences, Technologies and Advanced Studies of Haiti (ISTEAH). Apart from the cause of the women for whom she us fighting, she also undertake altruistic initiatives as activities to help children with special needs and the elderly.