NORTH CAROLINA'S HAITIAN FOOD TRUCKS ARE JOINING FORCES AGAIN FOR THE ULTIMATE SHOWCASE OF OUR CUISINE AND CULTURE IN THE CAROLINAS
MEET THE FACES BEHIND THE FOOD
Three women with a heart for the Haitian community sensed a void in the Carolinas. So, they joined forces to create the Carolina Haitian Food Festival - the first of its kind in the state showcasing Haitian food, culture and community on a large scale. At the Festival, there will be something for everyone: events, shopping, food, music and most of all - an amazing atmosphere and a real sense of community.
Dianna has developed strong business friendships with chefs throughout the greater Charlotte area, from family-run eateries to 5-Star restaurants.
Dianna has become the go-to food blogger in the city to promote grand openings and to review new food establishments. She has built a niche community by hosting events that capitalize on Charlotte's diversifying food scene.
Dafney spearheads marketing and business development affairs for Bon Fritay, Central North Carolina's first Haitian food truck, which she co-owns with her husband.
Holding a degree in Journalism, Dafney comes with a breadth of experience in communications, non-profit fundraising, event management and sales.
Christina is the co-owner of Ms. Didi's Caribbean Kitchen, a food truck and catering business dedicated to offering the full experience of Haitian cuisine and culture to the greater Charlotte area.
Through her consulting business, Christina hopes to inspire and guide future entrepreneurs into launching their own culinary enterprises.