Eunice Laborde, R.N.


Eunice Laborde is the President and Founder of Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti, Inc. She is a nurse by profession. Over the past 20 years she has made numerous trips to Haiti to help with mission projects. She was part of the initial team of healthcare providers who went to help in Haiti after the earthquake of 2010. She is very passionate about improving the quality of life of the Haitian people through education.

Joel Laborde, M.D.


Joel Laborde is the Vice-President and co-founder of Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti, Inc. He is an Internist practicing Medicine in Tampa for over 20 years. He has accompanied his wife, Eunice, on several mission trips to Haiti. Dr. Laborde was part of a medical team that went to Haiti after the earthquake of 2010. The devastation he witnessed after the earthquake prompted him to become more involved in mission work in Haiti.

Charmant Theodore, M.A.


Charmant Theodore is the Secretary of Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti, Inc. He has over 20 years’ experience as an Educator, Advisor, Teacher/Trainer, and Interpreter/Translator with primary expertise in French and Creole. He is also a Lecturer at the High school through University level. He holds a Florida license in Real Estate. He has been involved in helping Haiti for many years. He served as the Lead Coordinator of a relief team that went to assist in Haiti after the earthquake of 2010.

Fadia Richardson, M.A.


Fadia Richardson is the Treasurer of Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti, Inc. She is a High School teacher by profession. She has been involved in education in the Tampa Bay area for over 34 years. Her experience and insights as an Educator are valuable assets in implementing the Foundation’s mission.

James Wilson

James Wilson is a retired Marine Corps Colonel with a heart for missions and ministries to the poor and marginalized. He devotes his time to assisting faith- based charities at home and abroad and has a passion for the great work of Souvenir Children Foundation in Haiti which is creating a legacy of hope for the next generation.

Patrick Horan, M.D.

Patrick Horan is an Orthopedic Surgeon with a busy practice in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Horan served as a Major in the US Army for 10 years from 1991 to 2001. He was a key member of a medical team that went to Haiti after the earthquake of 2010.

Tania Paquin Lozano, M.D.

Tania Paquin Lozano is an Endocrinologist in Tampa where she has practiced for over 20 years. In spite of her busy schedule she has made time to be involved in the community. For a number of years she was the Secretary of Haitian Association Foundation of Tampa Bay. She is very committed to the goals of Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti, Inc. to provide education as a key to a brighter future.

Victoria Lozano

Advisory Board

Victoria Lozano lives in New York City and works for a healthcare technology company. Throughout her life she has demonstrated a passion for service, attending mission trips all over the world. Most recently, she visited Haiti in 2016 with members of SCF and became inspired to consistently support the organization’s mission as a member of the Advisory Board. She is also a member of a group of young professionals that support the Haitian Global Health Alliance in raising money for a medical research, treatment, and training facility in Port-au-Prince.

Kathy Macoul, M.D.

Advisory Board

Kathy Macoul is an Ophthalmologist practicing in Tampa for over 15 years. She has made two trips aboard Mercy Ships as well for eye surgery missions. Dr. Macoul was a consultant Ophthalmologist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center most of her years in Washington, DC. She has a talent for inspiring people to contribute generously to the Foundation.

Gary Richardson

Advisory Board

Gary Richardson serves as a consultant to Souvenir Children Foundation of Haiti. He has been instrumental in advising the Board in its long term strategic planning. He is an Insurance Executive with more than 30 years, working across a wide spectrum of private and business entities. He has supported the Haitian community in a variety of service endeavors. He frequently travels to Haiti and has grown to love the Haitian people.