We are all special, in our own ways. What is even more noteworthy, is that we are as special as we perceive ourselves to be. The interesting thing about perception is that it can be both blinding and revealing at the same time. When looking at the face of David Frederick, it often reveals passion and hope. Often seen as a dreamer, his story begins in a different language. His dream begins in his mother language, Haitian Creole.
It was in Saint-Marc, Haiti where he was born and where he grew up. He has lived in many other places, but Saint-Marc is the heartbeat within his vein.It’s the sound of the roosters, the noise of the students waking up early to go to school, the voices of the merchants passing by. He knows he is HOME.
Son, father, most importantly brother to all. Not only to those who are siblings by blood, but to those who are of the spirit of a forgotten beauty and nation.
Within his possession, lies an unwavering love. The love in his heart transcend into his soul. His desire is to inspire Haitian Millennials around the globe to take pride in the achievements of our forefathers. He aspires to drive and sense of motivation learning about the homeland, by being a more forceful defender of our history and an ambassador for our people. Unapologetically, David emphasizes the importance of greater dignity found within the origins and the roles of our ancestors. Evil was uprooted during slavery, and the fight toward equality and respect for all races continues. As an influence to the cause of righteous appreciation, David centers himself in an ideology that change can occur if will is also able to transpire.
All in all, he is our fellow brethren. he lives modestly with the recreations running, reading, attending Sunday service and being with his wife and son. These are activities in which he engages for reflection and to make himself a more effective leader in the organizations he is a part of.