Louise Marjori Paul, MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC is the Founder/President, Pearls of Life Women Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Paul was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and migrated to the United States in 1997 to be reunited with her family. She made education her focal point at a young age and became a registered nurse with her Bachelor’s degree in 2005. She then returned to school and obtained her Master’s of Science in Nursing in 2014 from Barry University as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has worked in multiple specialties including primary care, pulmonary care and her most recent position as a cardiac nurse practitioner at Cleveland Clinic Florida.
Since 2005 she has dedicated her nursing career to serving, teaching, advocating and bringing health awareness to the underserved and health care deprived communities as in Little Haiti. Her biggest event is the Annual Health Fair and Back to School Bash for the past nine years. A program that has impacted thousands of lives by exposing the community to health care resources which highlight health awareness, disease prevention, and access to care. During the health fair, back to school supplies and backpacks are provided to hundreds of children each year.
She served on the Executive Board of HANA of Florida as the Treasurer and Chair of Education Committee. She has participated in multiple medical missions in Immokalee, Florida and Man Dodo Humanitarian Medical mission for the past three consecutive years.
Marjori is the Founder and President of Pearls of Life Women Foundation, Inc., an organization dedicated to the advancement and support of women through guidance on promoting education, financial literacy, health and psychosocial wellbeing. Her passion is to provide women with a platform, knowledge and skills to reach their highest potentials.
Marjori is the proud mother of two handsome, intelligent boys Jerry and Jonah. She enjoys vacationing, movies, dinners and dancing.