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Meet Fedjounie!

We recently welcomed Fedjounie Phillippe as our new Program and Development Manager. Fedjounie comes to us with a world of experience; their upbringing in a Haitian household within the multicultural North American cities of North Jersey inspired their passion for language, ethnic studies, and civic engagement. They graduated from Princeton in 2020 with a major in Portuguese on an interdisciplinary track in African American Studies and minors in Latin-American and Gender & Sexuality Studies.

"This has been an amazing opportunity to collaborate with Trenton community leaders, Natalie Tung, and our scholars and families to address their needs. I’m incredibly grateful for the guidance I’m receiving through the P’55 fellowship in my first full-time job, and I can’t wait for you all to see all the amazing things we have in store for this year," said Fedjounie on their first few weeks at HomeWorks.

We are so excited to have Fedjounie as a member of our team and can't wait to see all of the things they accomplish here at HomeWorks!

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