Empowering Cultural Arts Innovator, Eveline Pierre, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the first Haitian Heritage Museum, inspirational speaker and best-selling author has earned notoriety for her worldwide accomplishments in the arts and entertainment industry in Miami. Eveline’s ambitious hope is to create a legacy for future generations, while educating the world about the many significant contributions by talented innovators in Miami’s Caribbean community and the Caribbean region.
Most recently, Eveline established the Woman Tech Alliance and Miami Caribbean Code (MC²). The Women Tech Alliance furnishes business women with thought provoking skills to easily maneuver through and culturally diversify the technology field. Eveline strives to inspire the Caribbean youth, budding entrepreneurs, innovators and thought leaders both in the ever-changing Miami community and enterprising Caribbean region.
A well-known expert in the Arts & Entertainment fields for over ten years. In 2012, Eveline was a celebrity expert and a co-author to the book, The Secret to Winning Big, along with Brian Tracy, Leading Self Development Guru.
Eveline serves on the advisory boards of Art Basel, Brickell Avenue Literary Society, Miami Dade County Public School STEM office, North Miami Middle Museum Magnet Advisory Board, and the Miami-Dade County Commission for Women.
Eveline is a distinguished member of Women In Technology International (WITI), International Indian Chamber, Miami-Dade County Women’s Chamber and Haitian American Chamber.
Eveline is a dedicated mentor with the Miami-Dade Big Brother Big Sister program; special grant panelist for Florida’s Department of Cultural Affairs; grant panelist and active volunteer for the Miami-Dade County Cultural Affairs; a volunteer with the Miami Rescue Mission and Camilus House.
Eveline was a chosen nominee for the African American Achievers Award and named “One of Ocean Drive Magazine’s Women of Influence in 2015”; Consulate General of the Republic of Haiti in Miami-Beacon for Hope and Achievement Award; Legacy Magazine’s 25 Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business; awarded HABNET Chamber of Commerce Toussaint Louverture Service Award; awarded the distinguished Congressional Honor for International Women’s Day; nominated for the honorable President Obama’s Arts & Humanities Council; awarded the Miami-Dade County “In the Company of Women” Arts & Entertainment Woman of the Year; recognized as ICABA Top 100 Caribbean Americans; earned The Florida House Appreciation Award in Recognition of the Service and Dedication to the Community.
Eveline graced the cover of Miami Today as the “Achiever”; Haitian American Chamber’s “Member of the Year.” The acclaimed Haitian Heritage Museum was voted the “Best Museum of Miami” in The Miami New Times.
Along with Eveline’s outstanding achievements, she earned numerous Proclamations and Resolutions from Miami-Dade County School Board, City of North Miami, City of Miami, Miami-Dade County and the Florida State Legislature.
As a Miami native and graduate of the prestigious Howard University, Eveline earned her Bachelor’s in Political Science with a minor in History, specializing in Latin America and the Caribbean.