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Haitian-American Joel Ramphis Deeb is a Professional Political Consultant with over 20 years experience providing sound analysis, interpretation, problem solving skills land public policy recommendations for solving various political problems that affect national security, public safety and the effectiveness of government, Chairman and CEO, Omega  Analyst, Strategic Studies / Counter Terrorism Action Plan, Latin America 1980 – Present. Congressman Gilman’s Remarks at Haiti Conference Today at Washington Convention Center :, Finding the Path to Redevelopment Before the 40th Annual Congresssional Black Caucus Legislative Committee


 Omega News Editor as of October 2016

Emmanuel Roy immigrated to New York City from Haiti in the early 1980 s. A graduate of Erasmus Hall High School, Mr. Roy attended Hunter College, City University of New York majoring in Political Science and Philosophy. He was the first Haitian-American student elected President of The Student Government. While still in college, Mr. Roy worked as an Assistant Director in the New York City Mayor’s Office of African-American and Caribbean Affairs under Mayor David Dinkins. Following his graduation from college, Mr. Roy joined the World Bank in Washington DC as a Feasibility Report Analyst for special projects in Africa. As intriguing and interesting as economics and international finances were, his passion was in politics. Mr. Roy left the Bank to attend Florida Coastal School of Law. It was in law school that Mr. Roy developed a reputation as a controversial figure as he co-hosted a local radio talk show entitled “No Way Out.”

Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Roy became a licensed attorney both in New York and Florida. He returned to Brooklyn and became an Assistant District Attorney, under District Attorney Charles Hynes. As a local assistant prosecutor, Mr. Roy witnessed firsthand the disparities and unequal treatment between blacks and whites in the justice system. This experience fueled his passion for opening a private practice as a criminal and civil rights attorney.  As a defense attorney, Mr.. Roy defended his clients with zeal and commitment including the former President of Haiti – Michel Martelly. As a civil rights attorney, Mr. Roy represented plaintiffs against the most powerful city and federal agencies. 

Mr. Roy never lost interest in politics, having learned that great societal changes can be born out of focused political engagement. Mr. Roy worked on campaigns for local, state, national and international candidates. During the 2011 elections in Haiti, Mr. Roy vehemently fought for change and published a book chronicling the election path of an unlikely politician titled: M. Le President: Michel Joseph Martelly. As an investigative journalist, his articles were a constant source of information during the most recent Presidential term in Haiti.  Mr. Roy has been a frequent political commentator on many radio programs and his opinions have appeared in news sources, including The Wall Street Journal and The Miami Herald. Mr. Roy has been a freelance writer . He is married and maintains residences in New York City and San Francisco.

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