Fallonia Beauvoir is a Rapid Response Community Liaison with the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA). Born and raised in Haiti, Fallonia migrated to the United States in 2010, igniting her deep passion for supporting her fellow migrants in gaining access to the essential resources and tools they need to thrive, all while making a lasting impact on greater Boston.
With a wealth of experience spanning over 6 years, Fallonia has previously held roles at ABCD (Action for Boston Community Development), a non-profit organization dedicated to serving low-income families in Boston, Allston/Brighton, and Malden/Everett. There, she served as an Eligibility, Recruitment, and Enrollment specialist, actively working to improve the lives of those in need. Fallonia also collaborated with IFSI-USA, where she dedicated almost 2 years to teaching English as a Second Language (ESOL) to new arrivals in the U.S. and individuals in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Brazil.
Before joining the MOIA team, Fallonia made a significant impact as a Patient Access Coordinator at Tufts Medical Center, acting as a vital communication link between patients and medical providers. Her diverse background, unwavering commitment, and genuine dedication to the community make her an invaluable addition to the MOIA team. Fallonia currently holds a degree in Health and Science Administration, with a minor in Early Childhood Education. She is fluent in Haitian Creole.