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South Florida native and son to Haitian immigrants, Pascal Michel, has been serving the South Florida Community for over 15 years. Pascal began volunteering with the Social Security Administration at the age of 16 and continued to fulfill an 18-year career in which he worked his way up to a management position. It is here that Pascal discovered a passion for helping others which inspired him to earn a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education from Florida International University in 2007. While pursuing his education, Pascal took interest in becoming a mentor for high school students which he did through the athletics department at Chaminade-Madonna College Preparatory. Upon completing his degree, Pascal became a member in “Foundation of The World”, a non-profit humanitarian group that focuses on using education to enrich the youth of Haiti by fundraising for scholarships and school supplies. With a yearning to do more, Pascal enrolled in Nova Southeastern University’s juris doctorate program, in hopes of one day using his education to reach a greater volume of people. While attending Nova, Pascal was the president of the Christian Legal Society, and since graduating in 2015, Pascal has become a member of the Haitian Lawyers Association. As an attorney, Pascal has an unrivaled passion and is determined to put a smile on his client’s face by resolving his/her legal matter with the most favorable results.