Bise Wood Saint Eugene

Administrative Assistant

Bise Wood Saint Eugene, a native of Haiti, has spent his life working to improve the lives of the Haitian people by engaging Haitians and foreigners in helping the country. In Haiti, from 2004 to 2006, he worked as a media assistant for journalists from The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, NPR, USA today and CBC News. In 2010, after the earthquake, he became a program manager for the American Red Cross, where he managed relief and reconstruction efforts. He is a Philanthropist with accounting background and founder of the non-profit organization ODEVICH, which operates the Ferrier School in Port-au-Prince. His work in defense of human rights and civil liberties put him in a difficult situation in Haiti and has driven him to seek asylum in the United States. A resident of the upper valley since 2014, Bise Wood is currently an administrative assistant at Dartmouth College for six departments across the humanities. He remains active in Haiti through his organization and activism.

201B Reed Hall
HB 6086