Engineering2Empower relies on close relationships with a multitude of partners, both in the United States and in Haiti. Domestic partners encompass both university and non-university entities. University partners include the Kellogg Institute for International Development, the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development, and the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship, the ESTEEM Program, and the College of Engineering. Non-university partners include the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) and the Fellow Irish Social Hub (FISH), ARCO/Murray National Construction and Western Forms International. The current partners in Haiti include various actors in the non-profit space, private sector partners like Magepa, S.A. (operated by brothers Paul and Fritz Pierre-Louis), and grassroots organizations, such as Citizens United for the Rebuilding of Léogâne (CURL) and Resilience Haiti (founded by E2E’s Lamarre Presuma). We are especially excited this year to welcome Sloan and Pepper Construction to our family of corporate partners!