About Moise IRAUS
Moise IRAUS is one of Four children, a son of farmers. Born in December, 1983, he grew up in the Fondwa region of Haiti.
In 2004 he graduated high school from Ecole Fraternité de Saint Antoine de Fond’oies.
Moise attended the University of Fondwa (UNIF) graduating in 2008, at the head of its first graduating class, with a Bachelor of Business Management degree.
In October 2017 Moise was awarded the Masters degree specialized in Microfinance from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium.
From September 2009 to April 2012 Moise was employed as Professor of Introduction to Basic Computers at UNIF and Assistant Director of the UNIF Work study Department Office
From 2009-2010 he also taught at the School Fraternity of Saint Anthony.
From January 2013 to August 2016 Moise was Head of academic secretariat and computer lab at Universite de la Nouvelle Grand’ Anse (UNOGA) in Jeremie, Haiti.)
Since 2016 Moise is Professor at the Institute for Divergent Thinking, Jeremie, Haiti