We are seeking academicians and scholars in US African Study programs who identify with our vision, mission, and project goals for 2018.
Our objectives are clear, simple, and straightforward as we seek to forge partnerships with African experts whose insight will be of tremendous value to administering the innovative programs that are funded by the grants we receive.
Our partners will be integral to our project’s success and can engage with TWOC in a variety of ways:

  1.  Advisory Board
  2. Board of Trustees
  3. Program Coordinator
  4. Program Donor

We have also identified a Sub-Saharan agency with the requirements TWOC seeks for capacity building; WAHO (West African Health Organization). TWOC Program Coordinators will work closely with WAHO to ensure the relief delivered to the region is distributed effectively and accounted for with no misappropriations.
* This page will be updated by the end of January 2018 with a schedule of TWOC’s partners.

Margarette Occenad

Margarette is a native of Haiti and has worked in the nonprofit community on behalf of Haiti with several non-profit organizations as a volunteer.  As a Clinical Project Manager for the last 15 years in the Pharmaceutical Industry, she received an MBA in Healthcare Management  and and a B.S. in Health Education with concentration in Community Development.  Margarette developed a strong sense of devotion for the non-profit sector as a volunteer. This experience gave her a deep appreciation for how non-profits works and seek to improve the quality of life of the less fortunate in third world countries, one program at a time.  Margarette is honored to be an Ambassador, representing Haiti, for the Wind of Change Children Charity Organization.