Meet Dr. Marie Flore Lindor-Latortue
Born and Raised in Port-au-Prince, Haitian. Dr. Lindor-Latortue, preferably Dr. Flore traveled at 18 years to Puerto Rico where she obtained double major in Elementary Education and Psychology. Miami Dade Resident for over 28 years, she shares that Education to her is a vocation as she was 5 years when she started to transfer education to her siblings and neighbors. She worked in day care: Kiddie Wonderland in Hialeah from 1992 to 1993. She was also an elementary teacher; she loves 3rd graders and refers to them as beginning world thinkers. With a Master in Health Services Administration, she states that Education and Health go hand in hand, because a child who is hungry can’t learn. She recently ran for Miami Dade County School Board District 7. She is a capacity building consultant, a former social worker, case manager, and health Administrator. She understands parents, teachers, all school personal who also visit Jackson Memorial Hospital where she worked for about 20 years.
Dr. Flore is also a radio/Tv personality. Her and her husband are proud parents of their sons Lucphilipe and Raphael Latortue. In 2019 she is recognized among the co-authors of America’s Leading Ladies a book that profiled 50 powerful women who shared their stories of courage, challenge and triumph.
In September 2020, she published her first book “Gade Tèt Ou” a must read that inspires, motivates and bring all readers to a self-discover and/or self-assessment to become one’s best version.
"Dr. Flore is one of those rare and yet accessible business leader types that one count on for help and able to get the support fast. Whether it’s a new marketing campaign or a magazine edition topic you need her to help you with and give you some feedback, she’s only an email way. So rare that Dr. Flore is the only media person that has given me an interview to help me get some awareness for HAITI OPEN Magazine. She interviewed me on her Radio-TV Show during the spring of 2015 for HAITI OPEN Magazine’s first edition. Since then the magazine has been on an I-95 billboard, metro buses and bus shelters, and not a single media person has asked me for an interview."
Jean Alfred Delva from
HAITI OPEN Magazine
"Dr. Flore, Thank you for the great collaboration we had during the past 8 months. You are a true professional who earns my respect and admiration. I sincerely believe that God will enlarge your territory as you continue to serve the Haitian community with all the good qualities that you possess. As we engage in new ventures, it is my hope that we remain connected in order to continue displaying our true values though collaboration. I look forward to partnering with you in other projects, as we see fit, for our own professional growth and the benefits of our community; since our best legacy is not what we leave to our loved ones, but rather what we do for our community."