Tag Archives: Haiti

As most of you may know, in January, 2013 I went to Cite Soleil, Haiti and visited the Capvva IDP Camp. At the time, the camp was filled with over 300 individuals that were living in small tents, had limited to no food, and the area did not even have a proper sewage system (yes, […]

I know that I have been very low key recently in regards to my line but I wanted to take this time to share with you one of the projects that I have in the works. I am currently working with the nonprofit organization Join The Journey on a jewelry project with the people of […]


On Saturday, June 22nd, 2013 I held my first fundraiser for Haiti. Please see below for pictures from the event!     Below is A Video Created By A Member of Join The Journey, Nathan Lee. This Video Is Definitely Worth Watching.

Hope for Capvva Fundraiser Event @ MAGNET Lounge Date & Time: Saturday, June 22nd, 2013 from 3PM – 7PM Location: MAGNET Lounge, 241-05 Linden Blvd, Elmont, NY 11003 Admission: $10 – Sold at the door & on www.Tatianailia.com The purpose of this fundraiser is to help a non-profit organization entitled Join the Journey, raise money […]

It has been a while since I have written a blog post on here, and for those that keep up with my line I would first like to apologize for the stagnancy. I have recently been working on revamping my line so that I could create more of a focus on why I started my […]

“Lesley (on far right) was a Vietnam Vet. Upon his return to the states, he knew he had to come back to Haiti and help the children in need. The original orphanage was in Port au Prince. During the earthquake, he lost 4 children & his foot was caught between the ceiling and the door […]

Since the 1980’s Oprah has been known for her talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show. As she continued in her success with her show she in time came out with her own magazine, became the driving force behind many philanthropic efforts, and became a renowned role model for both females and males. After the ending […]

Being that I am of Haitian descent, I feel very passionate about reforming Haiti and making it into a more safe and self-sufficient country. I try my best to give back, but I have certainly not yet hit the pinnacles that I have planned to reach. As I continue to further myself in my career, […]

Being that I am of Haitian decent, I was ecstatic when I heard that Common (one of my favorite rappers) went to Haiti to shoot his new music video “Sweet”. That 1 minute and 50 second teaser already had me excited to see what the final video is going to look like.