Professional Works

To view my resume, click here: Meredith_Bard

Published Works:

Fire in the Islands,” Sharing the Victory Magazine

Word of God Speak,” FCA Daily Impact Play

Keep it Simple,” FCA Daily Impact Play

Goal-Getter,” FCA Daily Impact Play

Media Packages:

“Triple-A For A Day” with the Round Rock Express:

Mission of Hope Haiti:

Cool Runnings in Central Texas:

Texas-sized Pittie Pride Festival:

Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center:

Battle of the Saints:

St. Edward’s University Men’s Tennis:

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  1. In 2010, the people of Laperriere, a small village located in the Western part of Haiti not too far from the town of Thomazeau had lost everything they owned from the earthquake. Ok… truth be told they did not have much even before this unprecedented natural disaster. After the earthquake, things have gotten much worst for them. I was very concern about the situation. When a group of young people were leaving the US to volunteer in Haiti they asked me to help them identified a place where people needed immediate assistance, I instantly thought about Laperriere. I called Pastor Nicolas a resident of the town and my brother who was already in Port-au-Prince to help facilitate the relief effort with the volunteers. The group flew from Kennedy Airport to Dominican Republic, then drove to Haiti with bags of goods to distribute to the villagers. After a long drive, they had finally got there. They were thirsty and tired but they were happy at the same time. Happy, because they had realized that their action had made a great impact on these people’s lives. The villagers were happy and thankful for the good deed the group had done. When the volunteers left they called me to thank me for the connection. I was happy because they were happy. I have made a promise to Pastor Nicolas that I was not going to forget the people of Laperriere. It has been more than two years since I spoke to Pastor Nicholas but not one day passed by that I don’t think about them. I leave in US and my family and I are greateful for everyhing we have here. For example my son and I have sickle cell anemia. Some people could look at it and feel sorry for us but we never feel that way even when the pain becomes intolerable. We know we can always go the emergency room and they will always treat us, and that my friends, it’s a blessing. I can not thank you enough for doing what you are doing but God is taking note and you will be bless. As for me, I want to take my kids there to help and to show them a different part of their world. One world, one love.
    In 2010, the people of Laperriere, a small village located in the Western part of Haiti not too far from the town of Thomazeau had lost everything they owned from the earthquake. Ok… truth be told they did not have much even before this unprecedented natural disaster. After the earthquake, things have gotten much worst for them. I was very concern about the situation. When a group of young people were leaving the US to volunteer in Haiti they asked me to help them identified a place where people needed immediate assistance, I instantly thought about Laperriere. I called Pastor Nicolas a resident of the town and my brother who was already in Port-au-Prince to help facilitate the relief effort with the volunteers. The group flew from Kennedy Airport to Dominican Republic, then drove to Haiti with bags of goods to distribute to the villagers. After a long drive, they had finally got there. They were thirsty and tired but they were happy at the same time. Happy, because they had realized that their action had made a great impact on these people’s lives. The villagers were happy and thankful for the good deed the group had done. When the volunteers left they called me to thank me for the connection. I was happy because they were happy. I have made a promise to Pastor Nicolas that I was not going to forget the people of Laperriere. It has been more than two years since I spoke to Pastor Nicholas but not one day passed by that I don’t think about them. I leave in US and my family and I are greateful for everyhing we have here. For example my son and I have sickle cell anemia. Some people could look at it and feel sorry for us but we never feel that way even when the pain becomes intolerable. We know we can always go the emergency room and they will always treat us, and that my friends, it’s a blessing. I can not thank you enough for doing what you are doing but God is taking note and you will be bless. As for me, I want to take my kids there to help and to show them a different part of their world. One world, one love.

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