"The United Nations in Haiti" Team:

Lisa Armstrong, author of "Justice Invisible for Victims of Rape," is a member of 100Reporters investigative news group. She has written widely on Haiti, and is a recipient of the National Press Club's Joan Friedenburg Award for Online Journalism for her reporting on Haiti. 

Amy Bracken is a Boston-based freelance print and radio journalist. She lived in Haiti from 2003 to 2005 and has visited many times since.

Kathie Klarreich, author of "When Protectors Turn Predators," is a member of the 100Reporters investigative news group. She has lived in or reported on Haiti for more than 25 years, and is the author of “Madame Dread: A Tale of Love, Death and Civil Strife in Haiti.”  

Andre Lambertson, who produced photos and videos for this project, is a member of the 100Reporters investigative news group. He is a freelance photographer and videographer based in New York, with experience reporting in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.

Ryan Patch cut his teeth telling campfire stories in the mountains of his native Colorado. He attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and recently completed a Master’s in Screenwriting at Royal Holloway, University of London. He splits time between New York and DC, working as a director, producer, writer, and story consultant on documentary and commercial films.

Diana Jean Schemo, who produced and edited the series, is co-founding executive editor of 100Reporters. She is a former foreign correspondent at The New York Times and The Baltimore Sun.

Marjorie Valbrun, who translated videos for this project, was born in Haiti and writes widely on Haiti and Caribbean affairs. She is a member of 100Reporters investigative news group, and a former reporter for The Wall Street Journal.

Kogainon Films is a feature-documentary and web design and communication company with studios in Boston, Massachusetts.