William is an Engineer - Agronomist with a Master’s in Animal Production. For more than 25 years, he has put his skills at the service of the development sector. He mainly focused on issues related to food and nutrition security, the environment, risk, and disaster management. Additionally, William trained members of community organizations in capacity building, community enterprise development, and, microfinance.
He has also developed expertise in project management and evaluation. In the fields of local governance, microfinance, microenterprise, agriculture, and livestock, he excelled at integrating methods of institutional diagnosis, program impact analysis, and capitalization of experiences. With the overall knowledge acquired in his field, since 2012, he has dedicated a lot of his time working with LINGOS and now HUMENTUM training in the development sector throughout Haiti, West Africa and Madagascar with emphasis on the D-Pro approach.