After viewing on social media the devastating impact of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, David Weeks reached out to the Build Haiti Foundation to learn about ways the Haitian people could be supported. As the Global Education and Community Service Director at the Glenelg Country School in Howard County, Maryland, he rallied his school community to help construct a health clinic in the village of Camp Coq which has now become operational. He has traveled with BHF President Bob Anantua to Haiti to help secure a Sister City relationship between Cap Haitien, the second largest city in Haiti, and Columbia, Maryland. Furthermore he has helped to establish the BHF Global Leadership Program as a way of empowering the Haitian people and providing U.S. students and adult mentors with a valuable, hands-on experience working effectively with Haitians in Haiti. Having partially spent his youth in Cuba, Mr. Weeks is familiar with Caribbean culture. Married to his French Canadian wife, Marie, for thirty years, he is also conversant in French. His professional responsibilities have included the establishment of the 501c3 Salih Self Development Foundation in Ghana and philanthropic work supporting the needs of Ghanaian, Nigerian, Kenyan and Indian people. He holds degrees from Harvard and Loyola Colleges and has studied at the Center for Social Development of Emerson College in England.