Wilson Campbell

I was born 12 November 1968 in the capital of Haiti in a small town that bears the name Delmas.  I am the 4th child of 8 children in my family. The time that stands out in my memory about my childhood was when I was eight years old: I fell off the roof of our house and was in a coma for 10 days. I survived, and I graduated from secondary school and went on to study accounting.

However, 1994 is the year that I remember with greatest happiness. In that year, I married my wife, Adeline Elisee, and we began our family which now includes three children: Corine (21), Christelle (18), and Christopher (14).

I have worked for customs in Haiti, the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF), and Papyrus. Now I am the logistics manager for Lidè, where I feel as if I am part of a family.