Carry Fils-Aime is a humanist and a social entrepreneur. Carry has a rare mix of charity and entrepreneurship. Born and raised in Haiti, where she studied International Relations at the Academie Nationale Diplomatique & Consulaire, her career is linked in both Diplomacy and Business Development.
In Haiti she worked for the Haitian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the U.N. and the U.S. Embassy. She has extensive knowledge in business development, diplomacy, international trade and business management. Carry holds a B.B.A from City College of New York where she graduated magna cum laude. At CCNY Carry was a Skadden Arps scholar in legal studies and a Josh and Judy Weston fellow in Public service. Carry has been recognized for her engagement and nominated emerging leader by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in May 2015 and was awarded a cultural immersion trip in China.