International soccer star Jozy Altidore has been selected as one of the 2014 inductees to the Haitian Roundtable’s 1804 List of Changemakers for groundbreaking accomplishments in sports.
Named in honor of Haiti’s year of independence, the 1804 List recognizes 25 Haitian-American “Changemakers” and Five “Ones To Watch” from around the country for: outstanding achievement and success in their profession, being a force for change in their community, being a thought leader, trailblazer, or unsung hero or breaking barriers that help create a better understanding of Haiti and the Haitian community.
The group’s inaugural inductees to the 1804 list included: photographer Marc Baptiste; actors Jimmy Louis and Jerry Lamothe; Olympian Nadine Faustin-Parker; and, New York State Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages.
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The Haitian Roundtable, founded in New York in 2008, is an organization comprised of Haitian-American professionals who are committed to civic engagement as well as philanthropic endeavors benefiting Haiti, Haitian organizations and causes. The organization seeks to heighten awareness locally and nationally of Haitians as an emerging constituency among key stakeholders as well as promote Haiti as a positive brand.
Altidore will be honored by the Haitian Roundtable at a Recognition Ceremony and reception on Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan.
- jozyaltidore.com staff report