HCC counts with a diverse and dedicated Board of Directors and culturally-competent staff who seek to provide comprehensive community services and stability for all members of the central Brooklyn community.
Board of Directors
Nicole B. Rosefort
Irnel L. Stephen, LCSW
Nadege Boigris, MBA
Charmaine D. Spencer, LCSW
Judge Paul M. Gamble
Reverend Paul Dorsinville
Ernst F. Jean, MD
Andre K. Peck, MD
Andre K. Peck, M.D. is the Executive Director of HCC (Haitian American Community Coalition, Inc.). He studied Medicine in Haiti at the “ Faculte de Medecine et de Pharmacie.” He has been the Director of Louverture Residence since 1998, which is a Congregate Supportive Housing Program providing services to people living with HIV/ AIDS and their families in NYC. Dr. Peck is well known for providing seminars and Educational sessions on Medical topics such as Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity, Nutrition, HIV/AIDS and other Infectious Diseases.
He often participates in Radio and T.V shows discussing very important medical topics affecting the Caribbean and American Community. Dr. Peck enjoys teaching and has been teaching Anatomy and Physiology at Kingsborough Community College for the last 10 years.
Dr. Peck is one of the creators of FITBK which is a community fitness program that offers free aerobic workouts to the Central Brooklyn community. F3ITBK was created in an effort to decrease the incidence and prevalence of obesity in central Brooklyn.
He is an active member of the AMHE (Association des Medecins Haitiens a l’Etranger), The Aesclepius Medical Society and is very much involved in all matters concerning Haiti, the Caribbean and the U.S.
Dr. Peck is the recipient of many awards in his line of expertise working as a doctor in his homeland Haiti as well as in the work that he actually fulfils as the CEO of HCC making a difference in the lives of Caribbean, immigrants as well as people living with HIV, STI and other infectious diseases.
Deputy Executive Director
Upon Haiti’s devastating earthquake in 2010, Fuljens Henry altered his corporate-world '9-5' work schedule and immediately increased his volunteer hours with the Haitian-Americans United for Progress, Inc. (HAUP). There, he successfully coordinated the first Haitian Heritage Night with the New York Mets at Citi Field and raised funds for HAUP’s adapted school and children’s orphanage in Port au Prince, Haiti – both affected by the earthquake.
Fuljens is the Deputy Executive Director of the Haitian-American Community Coalition, Inc. Fuljens has been instrumental in developing HCC’s FITBK, which delivers free weekly results-driven fitness interventions led by certified fitness instructors and health education specialists. The program aims to combat cardiovascular disease and has produced over 15,000 individual encounters with Central Brooklyn residents since 2013.
Fuljens currently serves as an Executive Board member of the NY-Haitian Leadership Coalition (NYHLC), a program devoted to enhancing local NY-Haitian agencies.
Fuljens is a Public Relations and Advertising Graduate from City College of New York, and maintains certifications in Non-Profit Management from the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service and Business Administration in 2010 and the NY-Haitian Leadership Fellowship at Medgar Evers College in 2012.
Fuljens is a recipient of the New York Mets Spirit Award in 2010. He is a recipient of the HAUP Dream Builder award in 2010. He received an award of recognition by Pou Soley Leve, Inc. for his personal support of HAUP’s ‘Love + Serve Haiti Mission’ in 2011. He also received awards of recognition by former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, for his personal support of the Brooklyn Health Disparities Summer Internship Program, hosted by the Brooklyn Health Disparities Center in 2011, 2012 and 2013, respectively.