Corey Almond is a human service professional with 18 years’ experience in the field. Throughout his career he has served helping people from all walks of life from here to Haiti, including those confronting issues of poverty, mental illness, immigration status and lack of resources. He attended the University of Denver for his undergraduate work in Sociology and French and the University of Colorado at Denver, where he earned a Master’s in Public Administration. A belief in the dignity of every human being has shaped his work in the world; he is ever grateful to be a life-long learner. He loves languages and cultures, which has led him to learn French, Spanish and Haitian Creole. Corey and his wife, Elisabeth, are founding members of the Haiti Village Project.