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Everson Joseph

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Everson Joseph is of Haitian descent. He was born In Miami, Florida, but lived in Haiti from the age of 1 until the age of 8. He is currently a Parent Facilitator for The Children’s Trust Parent Club working at Be Strong International. In May of 2017 he was married and now also has a wonderful son.

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