Conference Planning Program Chairs


Dr. Marjorie P. Brennan, MD

Chair of the Advisory Board of the National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals (NAAHP)

Physician specializing in pediatric anesthesiology at Children National Medical Center

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine George Washington University

Marjorie P. Brennan, MD is a physician specializing in pediatric anesthesiology at Children’s National Medical Center and an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at George Washington University. Her particular areas of interest have included muscle diseases of children, publishing book chapters in Essence of Anesthesia Practice, and Progress in Anesthesia as well as several peer-reviewed medical journal articles. She has been active in medical missionary work, volunteering for several trips to Vilnius University Children’s Hospital in Lithuania, and to Sacre Coeur Hospital in Haiti. She is the founder and director of the JDT Foundation, aimed at providing higher education opportunities and reclaiming the environment in Haiti. Locally, she serves as team leader of the Children’s Hospital Junior Operating Room at the NBC4 Health and Fitness Expo.

She received her Bachelor of Science and her MD degree from University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Marjorie has been an active her local community. She serves on the board of Potomac School, and independent K-12 school in Virginia, and is a Sunday School teacher at her local parish. She resides in Virginia with her husband and three children.


Serge Renaud, MBA, MSA

Executive Vice-President and Member of the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals (NAAHP)

Mr. Renaud is a Senior Tax Specialist with the U.S. Department of Treasury. Prior to this position, he was a Corporate Tax Examiner dealing with various and complex tax issues in different business entities such as C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, and other type of business entities with a wide range of assets.

Prior to joining the U.S. Treasury, he was employed with PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP. in their International Tax Services (ITS) as an International Tax Associate working on various international tax issues.

Mr. Renaud is a founding member of the National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals (NAAHP), a founding member of the New Jersey Haitian Student Association (NJHSA), a Current Advisory Board Member of the Haitian Association of Indiana (HAI), and a former Board of Directors of the Haitian American Leadership Council (HALEC) – NJ Chapter.

Mr. Renaud graduated with a Master of Science in Accounting from Seton Hall University; an MBA in Finance and a Bachelor of Science in Management from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

adriyanna andreus

Adriyanna Andreus

Special Assistant

An avid girl- consumed by politics, music, and taking on the troubles of someone else; dying to forever change the world; a young Haitian women, sitting on a stoop cutting plantain in the ghettos of Leogane, Haiti; a Jersey girl, doo whooping and scatting to the neo-soul and jazz that align the streets of East Orange; and a small town girl from Dover seeking to be the Cornell West of her generation. These characters describe Adriyanna’s diversity. She’s an activist, intoxicated by the fresh smell of Caribbean food while humming and patting the rhythm to old school records.

She has had a great deal of experience in politics, social justice and civic engagement both locally and internationally. At Howard University Adriyanna served as the Sergeant- at- arms for the Howard University Chapel Assistants, the Corresponding Secretary for the Howard University College democrats for 2014-2015 school year and is serving as President for the 2015-2016 school year. She is also serving as Political director of the DC Federation for College Democrats the official DC branch for College Democrats of America. Additionally she is the founder and Chair of the DMV Haitian Student Association. Recently she attended the first International Summit in Cap-Haitian, Haiti entitled Elan Haiti. Where she was one of the only 7 students to represent the United States out of the 100 students chosen. And was given the opportunity to return back to Haiti with the Office of the Dean of the Chapel participating in their Alternative Spring Break Program.

After graduating from Howard University, my ultimate career goal is to service and progress Haiti’s legal and educational system.