Francoise D. Jusma-Pierre, DPM


Francoise Dieudonne Jusma-Pierre is the founder and president of Christian Hand, a non-profit humanitarian organization formed in 1998 (recognized by the state of New York and also is registered in the department of social services in Haiti in 2006) with the goal to help the underprivileged people of Haiti spiritually, socially, financially, and also in education and healthcare.

She is a graduate of SUNY Health Science Center of Brooklyn with a bachelor in nursing in 1987, and with a doctorate at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1996.

She is currently attending staff at the North Brooklyn Health Network, Woodhull Hospital, and The Brooklyn Hospital Center.

She had founded and works as volunteer for the Haitian American Youth for Christ conducting yearly health fairs at Camp Lebanon in New Jersey. She also volunteered with Overseas Medical Assistance Team, which led her to be a recipient of the Carmen and Francis Carryl Humanitarian Service Award.

Her vision is to magnify the Lord Jesus Christ by doing his work of ministering to the poor through works of service.