Mr. Cadet Dorceus immigrated from Haiti in 1998 he began his journey seeking a better life for himself and the family he left behind in Haiti. He worked hard to be able to provide for his mother and sister back home while building a new life for himself in New York City. He started working as a personal trainer competing in bodybuilding competitions. He was motivated to share his knowledge of wellness with the world and in 2003 began his television career hosting “Be Good To You” which aired on Public Access television’s channel 69. “Be Good To You” focused on health, fitness and fashion. It had a highly successful six year run. While this show was on the air, he became known locally as “Be Good”; a name that has stuck to him until today. His love and flare for haute couture made him popular in fashion circles. For the past three years Mr. Dorceus’s love for his countryman lead him to provide for needy children in Artibonite, Haiti where he’s from. He felt a need to give back. He and a group of friends and family came together to provide school supplies, tuition, clothing and food to impoverished and orphaned children in this region. In an effort to formalize their efforts and provide more support to these children, Be Good To The Children, Inc. was created. It’s vision is to help children around the world; Mr. Dorceus had to begin in Artibonite, Haiti. He is the Owner of Be Good Management, a real estate investment firm in Brooklyn, New York.
President and Founder,
Chairman of the Board
Nancy Daniels received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City and a Master’s in Public Administration from Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs concentrating in Healthcare Policy and Non-profit Management. As the daughter of Haitian immigrants, she has strived to see her background as an opportunity as apposed to a barrier. She devoted many years working in HIV services specifically reaching the underserved Haitian community in Brooklyn, NY. Her work with this population helped to connect individuals to necessary services while providing culturally competent care. When approached to become part of the Be Good To The Children family, Mrs. Daniels accepted this invitation without any reservation. This would be her opportunity to have an unprecedented impact on children around the world; working on the initial project in Haiti. “This is a dream come true; having the opportunity to impact the lives of children of Artibonite, Haiti where my family is from.” - Nancy Daniels
Dr. Donna Grant-Mills is Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Dental Hygiene at the Howard University College of Dentistry. She also serves as Project Director for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) at Howard University. Dr. Grant-Mills is responsible for teaching and directing the implementation and operations of the RWJF Projects. Dr. Grant-Mills has over 40 years of progressive experience in health care to include dental assisting, dental hygiene, and general dentistry practice in diverse settings; allied dental and dental education; hospital based oral health care management; and community health program development. In addition, she serves as Faculty Liaison to the District of Columbia Dental Society for coordination of the Annual Give Kids a Smile Day, and maintains an active role on community health advisory boards and committees.