Meet the Executive Director

Mishella Etienne-Campbell

Executive Director


"Don't worry if you have built your castles in the air.  They are where they should be.  Now put the foundations under them."

                               - Henry David Thoreau

Mishella Etienne-Campbell is a charismatic leader and visionary with deep roots in the local Haitian community.  Mishella comes to YoFES with nearly 20 years experience in project management, community outreach and strategic planning.  She is also an accomplished singer and public speaker.  She has performed in a number of community events and was chosen to sing the National Anthem at Governor Charlie Baker's inauguration service in 2016.  She has also been the keynote speaker for the graduating class of 2012 & 2014 at the Business Institute of the West Indies, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. 

Mishella is passionate about youth initiatives in the Haitian community, and working to minimize educational, social and health disparities among Haitian youth and families in the greater Boston area.  Her desire is to develop strong leaders that will seek every opportunity to make a difference in their community and the world!  

Mishella holds a B.S and M.A. in Applied Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.  She also holds a Masters Certification in Project Management from American Project Management.   

Mishella is a successful business owner, happy wife and proud mom.