Marc-Aurel Martial, R.N., M.P.H.
Marc-Aurel Martial is a Senior Project Manager at Intermountain Healthcare in Murray, Utah. He helped found Haiti Health Initiative and currently serves as its president. Marc-Aurel was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and received his undergraduate nursing and graduate public health education at Brigham Young University. Marc-Aurel has led medical teams to Haiti every year since 2005 and, along with his family, feels that serving the people of Haiti is the least that he can do to give back to his native country. In his free time, Marc-Aurel enjoys playing racquetball and ping pong.
Matthew Crane, Esq.
Matthew Crane currently serves as one of the vice-presidents of Haiti Health Initiative. He is an associate attorney with Hansen Wright Eddy & Haws law firm in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where he specializes in commercial litigation and various business law matters. Matthew received his undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees from Brigham Young University. He is one of the founders of Haiti Health Initiative and he is grateful for his opportunity to assist in improving rural health care in Haiti. Outside of law and his work with Haiti Health Initiative, Matthew enjoys biking, back-country skiing, and canyoneering with his family.
Gene Cole is a professor in the Department of Health Science at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He teaches and conducts research in environmental health, refugee and migrant health, and infectious disease prevention and control. His focus is on low-cost to no-cost solutions to important environmental problems that impact human health. He has worked with international organizations to address environmental health management issues in Central Europe, Southeast Asia, and Africa. He holds both a Master of Science degree in Public Health and a Doctor of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Doug Fryer, DDS