Natacha Janac

Natacha Janel Janac is a native of Port-au-Prince Haiti. She completed all of her schooling in the United States. She is currently a grad student at the University of Miami School of Education and Psychological Studies. Natacha earned her master's in Nashville TN, at Tennessee State University and is a clinician who enjoys working with children and families. Currently, she provides mental health therapy to children in the foster care system. She serves as the Chair of the policy council of Miami-Dade County Community Action & and Human Service Head Start/Early Head Start program; aiming to fight the war on poverty by providing comprehensive the community child-development, nutrition, education, and social services for children and parents. She is a member of the (CAA) Community Action Agency board of directors, who over-see all the programs and services provided by the Miami-Dade Community Action and Human Services Department (CAHSD). Natacha is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.; an organization that provide services to the community and helps educated young women to understand their worth. Natacha's research interests include working with low-income families and communities. Her research focus on alleviating poverty and promoting well-being. She believes her work has the potential to make a transformative impact throughout the communities.