Sandy Dorsainvil


Sandy Dorsainvil currently serves as the Principal Consultant of Maximillian Consultants Inc.(MCI) MCI examines how community landscapes relate to the ecology, cultural heritage, wellbeing, and civic engagement. They to explore strategies that close urban–cultural gaps. Sandy, currently serves a community engagement specialist and commercial business contractor for Metro1 Properties, Miami’s leading urban core real estate firm. She is the Co-founder of Noire, a boutique gallery lounge.

She has served a Program Administrator, Director of Strategic Programming, City of Miami ,Community Liaison, and as the manager of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex.

Sandy obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History from Howard University. Ms. Dorsainvil a board member of, Black Professionals Network (BPN), Caribbean-American Cultural Preservation Society and the Northeast Second Avenue Partnerships. She is the current Chairman of The Haitian American Professionals Coalition (HAPC). She sits on Miami Dade County’s Art in Public Spaces Trust Professional Advisory Committee. Last but not least sand is proud to serve on UNCF South Florida Leadership Council.

She is able to bring interest to an event or campaign while she perpetuates awareness of a cause. Her programs are fiscally sound and successful. Most importantly Sandy is the proud mother of two children, Andrew and Fortune “Bella”.