Notre Equipe / Our Team


Tom Adamson 
est le DG de SAFICO. Il a lancé Micama Soley en 2009 comme une division "sociale" de SAFICO, et il est l'architecte de sa ligne de produits et du réseau de distribution national en partenariat avec Fonkoze, SogeXpress, CARE, Plan Intl, etc.. Tom est un ingenieur Canadien et il a vit en Haiti depuis 1978. Il habite à Port-au-Prince avec sa femme et une de leurs trois filles.

Tom Adamson is CEO of SAFICO since 2000. He launched Micama Soley in 2009 as a "social" division of SAFICO.  He has developed a line of high social impact products and an innovative distribution network throughout Haiti in partnership with Fonkoze, SogeXpress, CARE, Plan Intl., etc.  Tom is a Canadian engineer and has been living in Haiti since 1978. He lives in Port-au-Prince with his wife and one of their three daughters.

Tom Adamson se Direktè Jeneral lan SAFICO. Li te lanse Micama Soley nan 2009 kòm yon divizyon "sosyal" SAFICO.  Tom te samble yon lin de pwodwi sosyal et monte yon rezo distributon national ak Fonkoze, SogeXpress, CARE, Plan Intl., etc.  Tom se yon injenyè Canadyen, li viv an Ayiti depi 1978.  Lap viv nan Port-au-Prince ak madanm li ak yon nan twa fi yo.


James Knuckles etait un étudiant au Monterey Institute of International Studies en Californie. Il a rejoint l'équipe de MicamaSoley durant l'été de 2011 pendant qu'Il suivait un MBA et un Master's en Politique Internationale de l'Environnement.  James reste un membre de notre équipe mais il a passé à des choses plus grandes et meillieurs.  Il a recemment été publié par la Banque Mondial - From the Bottom Up: How Small Power Producers and Mini-Grids Can Deliver Electrification and Renewable Energy in Africa //

James Knuckles was a graduate student at the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. He joined the MicamaSoley team during the summer of 2011 while he was completing his MBA in International Management and Master's degree in International Environmental Policy.  We still considered James a member of our team but he has moved on to bigger and better things, he recently authored a World Bank publication - From the Bottom Up: How Small Power Producers and Mini-Grids Can Deliver Electrification and Renewable Energy in Africa //
 
James Knuckles te yon elèv a Monterey Institute of International Studies, Kalifòni. Li rentre nan ekip la pendan ete 2011 ler li t'ap konplete yon MBA ak yon metriz non politik entènasyonal anviwonman.  James pa la anco me li toujou travay nan domain eneji.  Bank Mondyal te pibliye yon liv li te ekrit - From the Bottom Up: How Small Power Producers and Mini-Grids Can Deliver Electrification and Renewable Energy in Africa //.