- James Jay Dudley Luce FoundationPresident & C.E.O., 2008 - presentwww.lucefoundation.org
- Orphans International WorldwidePresident & C.E.O., 1999 - presentwww.oiww.org
- Daiwa Bank, Merrill Lynch, Lazard Freres spin-off2004
My story on Haitian Diaspora: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-luce/fonkoze-haitian-diaspora_b_193550.html
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