Global Activism: Sustainable Social Development in Haiti

Jerome with Fuego del Sol’s Kevin Adair and Rich Christian of the Freeland Film Festival. Jerome is holding one of Fuego del Sol’s sustainable briquettes.
Jerome with Fuego del Sol's Kevin Adair and Rich Christian of the Freeland Film Festival. Jerome is holding one of Fuego del Sol's sustainable briquettes. Ashish Valentine / WBEZ
Jerome with Fuego del Sol’s Kevin Adair and Rich Christian of the Freeland Film Festival. Jerome is holding one of Fuego del Sol’s sustainable briquettes.
Jerome with Fuego del Sol's Kevin Adair and Rich Christian of the Freeland Film Festival. Jerome is holding one of Fuego del Sol's sustainable briquettes. Ashish Valentine / WBEZ

Global Activism: Sustainable Social Development in Haiti

Kevin Adair sees each human life as a century-long interactive creative performance. International audiences may recognize Kevin as a juggler, magician, hypnotist, fire dancer, and motivator. After decades of performing and over 10,000 shows, Kevin’s trade-winds led him to the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where for 12 years he has worked in social, ecological and community development. Kevin founded the social-eco enterprise, Fuego de Sol Haiti, which works with local communities to address issues people find most daunting in their lives. Kevin developed the: Listen. Lead. Listen Again. implementation strategy, which is also Kevin’s article and book series at medium.com/@kevinadair. Kevin holds a Double BA with Honors from Illinois Wesleyan University, with continuing education credits including the National Geographic Society Geotourism Ambassador Training.