Narinah Jean-Baptiste has been practicing law and an active member of HLA for one year. She is an associate at Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman representing municipalities in complex land use and zoning issues.

As a member of HLA, Narinah participated in volunteering events, such as (1) the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) and Citizenship Drive Events, during which she assisted eligible participants in renewing their work permits, petitioning for visas and sorting through federal issues; (2) Beach Clean-Ups, during which HLA facilitated the beautification of Fort Lauderdale Beach; and (3) the HLA Gala, during which she designed and prepared certificates for HLA scholarship recipients and further reached out to various media outlets for coverage of our amazing Gala.
As a current Sant La Class 8 Fellow, she has joined a group of fun, dynamic, intelligent, and thriving young Haitian-American professionals that dedicate their time and resources to learn more about the Haitian culture and what they can do to empower, strengthen and uplift the Haitian community, both in South Florida and abroad.
Lastly, as a the Community Engagement Chair for the Young Professionals Board of the Broward County Public Library Foundation, Narinah actively mentors young children and brings much needed awareness to the benefits of supporting our local libraries.
She is dedicated to HLA, our community, and putting in the time and effort necessary to continue building on the solid foundation past and current HLA leaders, directors and members have established.