Haiti's First Female Olympic Swimmer
Haiti’s first female Olympic swimmer and the youngest inductee into the 1804 List of Haitian American Change Makers, Naomy Hope Grand'Pierre is a Canada born, America raised, Haitian individual. She swam professionally for 13 years competing in over 10 international competitions for Haiti, including the 2016 Olympic Games. She's traveled to 20+ countries and actively vlogs her adventures on The Undercurrent. Refusing to accept the limiting frameworks of socially constructed boxes, she rather defines herself by an array of interests and passions. Her current focus looks to blend psychology and marketing to create influential content within forward thinking workspaces. Naomy is the Team Captain for the Haitian National Swim Team; the Project Manager for the #RoadtoTokyo Project; a member of the UANA Athlete's Committee; a strategist at Brighthouse,a BCG company; a She Build's Global Ambassador; an unpublished author; an entrepreneur; and an active public speaker.