Chief Executive Officer
Jim founded DloHaiti in 2013 in partnership with the IFC (World Bank Group). He has been an active entrepreneur and investor since 1994 and has been involved in humanitarian aid and development since 2004. Jim has been actively working in Haiti since early 2010 when he came to Haiti as a volunteer in response to the earthquake. His experience in Haiti has convinced him that entrepreneurship, investment, and the right systems can play a big role in helping millions in developing countries rise out of poverty.
Jim is an US Citizen and splits his time between Port-au-Prince, Haiti and San Francisco, California. He is an avid paraglider and airplane pilot. When he has time, he enjoys travelling and learning languages.
General Manager Haiti
Luigi Roy started his career in the Telecoms Industry by joining Motorola in 1999 as a Senior System Test Engineer. In 2005, he integrated the Digicel family as Digicel Haiti’s first employee. From 2005 to 2015, Luigi grew with Digicel from a RF Team Leader to RF Manager in 2007, then to Head of Rollout and Optimization in 2009 to Technical Director in 2011 overlooking operations of the Haiti Network. During his 10 years at Digicel Haiti, he has been involved in many key projects such multiple phases of site rollout, Network restoration after the Earthquake, 3G deployment, Fiber rollout and multiple Optimization work to raise network KPIs above the group targets.
Luigi lives in Pétion-Ville, Haiti and spends the majority of his free time consulting for small technical related projects, event planning and discovering the hidden corners of Haiti.
Logistics and Data
For over 25 years, Dan has been improving supply chain practices through inventory management, business process improvement, software development, and metrics driven management
He brings his experiences in developed markets, and combined with the local know-how from the rest of the team, leverages is expertise in inventory, logistics, and IT to develop processes and systems designed for the developing markets and for last-mile logistics and inventory management in low-resource settings.
Alexandra Saint Elien
Alexandra was born in Haiti and raised in New Jersey. She completed her college and university career respectively majoring in business administration and accounting from Mercer County and Rider University. After almost 8 years in the field of numerous finance/accounting departments working within great corporations like; Canon, Heinz North America, Verizon Wireless, World Water & Solar Technology Corp, she evolved from a junior accounting to a well accomplished manager. She demonstrates an unusual desire to do things well and applies herself in her work and is very dedicated to the causes she embraces.
She enjoys playing tennis, being with her family, and is excited by the prospect of using her knowledge and passion for financial management to stay a motivated member of Dlohaiti.
Dan joined Untapped in 2016 to lead finance planning and solar energy strategy. Dan grew passionate about international development in 2011, during a trip to the Dominican Republic. He got connected with a grass-roots organization called World Water Relief and for the next few years lived in Haiti and the Dominican Republic as the director of World Water Relief, designing and implementing clean water systems. In 2013, Dan moved to Madrid, Spain to get an MBA at IE Business School. Since, Dan has worked in the solar industry in finance.
Dan enjoys traveling anywhere and everywhere. He recently hung up his rugby boots, but will try any new sport. Dan also plays in an adult basketball league and tries to average more PPG (points per game) than IPG (Injuries per game.)