Category Archives: Medical Aid to Haiti

My Journal to Haiti: Power of Women

I have been a woman in a man’s world my whole life.  I was a “math and science” kid, I worked for an investment bank, I worked at Microsoft and I own Key Hyundai (and am one of the only female … Continue reading

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My Journey to Haiti: But First, NYC!

There are just those times in your life where you feel like you are on the cusp of a major change and this is one of those times.  I have always had a vision, since I was a little girl, … Continue reading

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My Journey to Haiti: So What’s a Car Dealer Doing on a Medical Trip Anyways?

My job on this mission trip is two fold.  First, I am a free set of hands to assist wherever is needed.  I am excited for that part.  As the owner and operating partner of Key Hyundai, I am always … Continue reading

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My Journey to Haiti: Mitzvot and a Catholic Mission

 A lot of people are surprised that I am Jewish and I’m going on a medical mission that was founded out of a Catholic Church.  The majority of people who question it are not Jewish, but Christian themselves.  And, just … Continue reading

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My Journey to Haiti: “How did you get involved anyway?”

There are so many quiet heros in the United States.  This is a story of how I came to know a very special quiet hero. I am a car dealer in Connecticut.  We were building a new building for Key Hyundai … Continue reading

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