was born in Bourdon, a suburb o Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 55 years ago. Duringhis ormative years, Charlito developedan anity or nature and arming thatled to a career as a Farmer and Indus-trialist. At 25, Charlito Baker becamethe manager o a 41- hectare arm,
TeHabitation Dujour in Croix des Bouquets
that produced sugar cane, banana andtobacco. Under his leadership, the armquickly expanded to an 80-hectare plan-tation and became the largest Flue-curedtobacco arm in the country. Workingas the Assistant Lea Growing manageror “
La Compagnie de abacs Comme Il Faut
”, Baker had the perect opportunity to travel throughout the country, see itup close, and understands the needs o its inhabitants. In 1988, Mr. Baker ven-tured into the assembly industry, workedwith various large corporations andmanaged to create more than 350 jobs.Charlito has ought tirelessly throughout
the last seven years to bring real changein Haiti. He has shown exceptional lead-ership and an unwavering desire to servehis country and improve the lives o itspeople, which have compelled him to seek the oce o the Presidency, both in 2006and or the upcoming 2010 elections.Very early on, he developed an interest inpolitics, declaring his opposition to asuccession o dictators and eventually emerging as a leader o the Civil Society movement during the historical GNBmobilization. Determined and com-mitted to live by his convictions, andconscious o the dire straits in which allsegments o the population, particularly the most disadvantaged, nd themselves.Charles Henri Baker accepts to run onceagain or the country’s highest oce inorder to restore hope or a people disil-lusioned or too long with its leaders. Mr. Baker is a well versed in many lan-guages, a well-traveled Haitian citizenwho holds a degree in business adminis-tration rom St. Leo University in Florida.He has acquired a wealth o knowledgeand experience in the elds o agricul-ture, economy, commerce, job creationwas honored to meet with one o Haiti’s most distinguished publicgures, Mr. Charles Henri Baker,during his recent visit to Miami.Charlito, as amily, riends andsupporters afectionately call him,and politics that make him unquestion-ably qualied to assume the presidency and lead Haiti into a brighter uture.An avid soccer player, who was once thecenter back o the Bolide Club o Port-au-Prince, he also holds a black belt inKarate. But most o all, Mr. Baker is aamily man who enjoys spending timewith Marie Florence Apaid, his wie o 35 years, his 4 children and seven grand-children. He has always been a voice orthe poor, or justice, and real change. It is his integrity, his love or Haiti, andhis desire to serve that has inspired hun-dreds o thousands to call him “THEBEST HOPE FOR HAITI”.