Judeson Saintil was born in Haiti and migrated to the United States at the age of 8 years old. He attended White Plains schools and went on to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at SUNY Old Westbury. Judeson attributes much of his success to the great leadership in the White Plains community. Particularly, the Youth Bureau, where Judeson spent many years participating in various programs as a youth.
Judeson is currently the Events and Promotions Coordinator at MVP Health Care in the Hudson Valley. He has been employed at MVP for the past 14 years in various capacities. Through his work and personal time, Judeson has been involved in many boards and community initiatives such as the Thomas H Slater Board, WESTCOP Board, WPCAP Advisory Board and many more.
Judeson is also the co-founder of the Haitian Resource Center which provides English classes for Creole- or French-speaking adults, as well as Creole classes for young Haitians who want to preserve their ethnic roots, all held at the Thomas H. Slater Center, located in White Plains.
Judeson has been recognized by various community organizations for his work: The Westchester Business Council 40 under 40, MLK Institute of Non-Violence and The Westchester County Board of Legislatures.