Jean-Max Andre is a descendant of former Haitian President Salomon. Following in the steps of his grandfather; Jean- Max’s father also became a public servant by becoming the Haitian director of immigration. His mother was the first female inspector to work the Haitian Dominican border, and his uncle Mr. Bertolan Edouard was once the Minister of Interior. With the legacy of public servants in his family line he pursued his degree in accounting and business management and is a successful banker in Florida.
With the blood of public work and public advocacy for Haiti seemingly running through Jean-Max's DNA; he became an author and public speaker educating others about Haiti and its history. He once launched a publication named HFC Magazine; an entity that published Financial & Cultural articles on Haiti. Jean-Max cannot wait to be in position to contribute to the positive legacy of servitude his family has had with the people of Haiti.