Carline Seide-Murphy, BS has been moved by the holy spirit originally from Haiti to Miami where she finished high school. Then to Boston and New York where she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services with graduate courses in Social Policy. In her “past life” she owned with her husband and managed a dental practice in Hudson, New York; traveled to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to help Haitian refugees; and contributed to a textbook on Mobile Dentistry that instructs on how to use mobile equipment to reach homebound and underserved populations. Chairperson of several non-profits: New York National Guard Corps of Cadets Parents Association, Head Start Policy Council, and Kinderhook Republican Club while raising four children. She has been involved in many artistic activities, such as, Arts in Education Director of Columbia County Council on the Arts. She made her theater debut in A Hudson Holiday through Stageworks and recently performed a dramatic reading of “Free at Last”, a Mark Twain’s story of former slave, Mary Ann Cord. She co-hosts a weekly foreign language radio program and is co-founder and Coordinator of Haitian Community Development Project, Inc. (HCDP), a not for profit organization in upstate New York. She is an Elder at the First Presbyterian Church in Hudson, New York, former member of Self-Development of People (SDOP) National Committee, a mission of the First Presbyterian Church, and chairperson of their Community Relations Committee. A three-time Energy Globe Foundation of Austria award recipient for her environmental work with HCDP and Energy Globe Foundation Ambassador to Haiti for 2012-2013.