Reverend Myrlande-DesRosiers

Pastor and Director of the Everett Haitian Community Center

The Rev. Myrlande-DesRosiers is an ordained Pastor and Director of the Everett Haitian Community Center. Prior to ministry and community organizations work, she was Deputy Director of the State of Massachusetts’ Coordinated Care Systems, a program that had national implications as a prototype for Obama Care. 

She is a former appointed Governor’s Affirmative Market Program Liaison, and she has also contributed her time and expertise to support several boards and initiatives both local and national namely, the Somerville Human Rights Commission, the White House President’s Interagency Council on Women; Cambridge Hospital Community Policy Board, the Mass UN Delegation in China; the Mass Law Reform, Institute; Housing task Force in Everett; Diversity Task Force. And more recently joined the Liveable Streets Board. DesRosiers is a regular speaker / lecturer at various institutions such as Harvard, University, Tufts School of Medicine Health Literacy Institute, Wellesley College, and many churches and conferences. She enjoys cooking and community work in social justice and ministry are her passion.

Rev. Myrlande DesRosiers holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Dual Master’s and J.D. and a Master’s in Ministry.


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