Alinix St. Louis shares his story of growing up in Florida as a first generation Haitian-American and what he does as a Conservation Specialist I for OUC.
The life stories of three OUC employees are featured in short films that will be screened at FusionFest, a free two-day (Nov. 28-29) outdoor celebration of Central Florida’s many diverse global cultures.
Presented by OUC in partnership with the Global Peace Film Festival, MYgration Films will showcase 11 personal journeys in three- to five-minute documentaries. Included in the daylong screenings, which will take place near the festival entrance, will be stories featuring Alinx St. Louis, Conservation Specialist I; Carmen Olivo-Rosario, Fleet & Facilities Coordinator; and Mohammed Abdel Hameed, Project Engineer, Transportation Planning. The films highlight diversity, experiences, heritage and unity, values embraced by OUC’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiative.
Click here to view the entire MYgration Films program.
FusionFest also will display music, dance, fashion, visual arts, parades and other activities. The event will be held at the Seneff Arts Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 28 and from noon to 7 p.m. on Nov. 29. It will observe CDC COVID-19 safety guidelines, including requiring attendees to wear face masks and practice social distancing.