THIRD ANNUAL BLACK DRESSES AND BLUEPRINTS:
Huguette St. Hubert, a native of Haiti living in South Florida for the last five years, has become a catalyst and a leader in her community.
Moving to the U.S. at age 13 and leaving a country that was in unrest for an opportunity to pursue her dream, Huguette’s journey was ridden with several challenges, however, she discovered that in her hardest moments, she found strength, resiliency, and a determination to find her own way.
Huguette St. Hubert prides herself in the advocacy of self-growth, altruism, leadership and education. In high school she earned several recognitions such as top ten percent of her class, medical magnet distinction and outstanding senior leader. Now a sophomore in college, Huguette is a role model in her community and is involved in six organizations including Girls who Code, Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders Association and Junior Achievement of South Florida. Through her participation in these local organizations, she promotes youth enrichment, educational advancement and personal development. She believes that her calling is to continue helping individuals in her community unlocking their inner super-hero to find ultimate success!
“Everything in life, no matter how big or small, is achievable with perseverance.” – Huguette St. Hubert