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Saurel J. Quettan is co-founder and CEO of QM3 Utility Services, Inc. (QM3) – 2005. Under his leadership, QM3 has developed and deployed processes and systems, and managed millions of field assets for utilities across the southeast. QM3 currently serves the states of Georgia, Virginia, and Tennessee.
As the President of the Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (GAHCCI), Saurel is committed to empowering the Haitian-American community one business at a time. GAHCCI is a world-class organization consisting of companies, alliances, and remarkable professionals joined together to build, promote, and strengthen the Haitian communities within the Atlanta metro area, the great state of Georgia, and the Republic of Haiti.
Since 2009, Saurel has also served on the board of directors of Haiti Outreach (HO). Headquartered in Pignon, Haiti, HO is comprised of 46 employees based on the island. That organization has raised over US$12 million since 1997 to work with and empower the people of Haiti by creating sustainable clean water and sanitation projects with the sole purpose of improving their lives on a long-term basis.
Driven by the vision that Haiti is a developed nation, Saurel J. Quettan enjoys and thrives on the adaptation and deliver of leadership programs designed to incite the people of Haiti to advance Haiti. He has traveled to Haiti and trained/developed more than 1,200 Haitian citizens since 2009. These people have been equipped to lead their communities, while being fully committed to transforming Haiti. Moreover, they assume responsibility for their lives, their communities, their organizations, and their country.
Saurel is married to his best friend and major business partner and collaborator, Mrs. Susan M. Quettan, for nearly three decades. Together, they are the proud parents of Marlon, Marcus, Marcel and Tinica. They also get to spoil Marion, Madison and Sky, their grandchildren. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., has been home for the past twenty years.