Western Michigan University
120 W Walwood Hall
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5242 USA
- M.A., Applied Economics, Western Michigan University, 2017
- B.S., Economics, Tuskegee University, 2016
- Associate of Arts, Economics, Miami Dade College, 2015
Stevens Bonhomme is a Ph.D. student in applied economics at Western Michigan University. He serves as the Director of Professional Development for the Graduate Student Association. Bonhomme received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Tuskegee University where he graduated with the highest honor of Summa Cum Laude. Previously graduated from Miami Dade College with honors, Bonhomme has received the prestigious Presidential Scholarship from Tuskegee University. He aims to work for the economic development and sustainability of his native country, Haiti. Knowledgeable in Spanish, Bonhomme also speaks Creole and French fluently.
His involvement in the city of Miami's community made Bonhomme win the Silver President's Volunteer Service Award from President Barack Obama in 2015. He has served as the Vice-President of the Haitian IBO Club at Miami Dade College; a member of Phi Theta Kappa, international honor society; a member of Alpha Mu Gamma, national honor society; a member of Alpha Kappa Mu, Honor Society; a Senator for Student Government Association; and a player of the Brain Bowl Team of Miami Dade College. Bonhomme has also held the Finance and Fundraising Committee Chair for the NAACP at Tuskegee University, and he's a member of Pi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity Inc.
Stevens Bonhomme aims to obtain his Doctorate Degree in economic development and international economics because he wants to help improve lives by using the economic factors.
His advice to others, and to himself stands for one thing "Keep moving forward because your will, and a good attitude will get you among the best."