Our Board

HAA is registered in Haiti as a private non-profit foundation and in the U.S. as a 501(c)3. Our board is comprised of professionals whose areas of expertise range from aviation to medical to media industries. They are committed to filling the need for Haiti’s first helicopter emergency medical services and medical evacuation programs.

    Co-founder, Haiti Air Ambulance

    Patrick Dolan - Co-founder, Haiti Air Ambulance

    Patrick Dolan is president of News12 Networks, which provides local television news to suburban New York communities and two of New York City’s five boroughs. He is also a pilot, which connected him to Haiti in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake. Mr. Dolan flew his Navajo Chieftain as a volunteer pilot bringing supplies from the United States to Haiti when larger aircraft were unable to access the island. After his initial flights, he also committed two pilots to stay on to continue the missions for nearly three months. It is from those early flights that the idea for HAA was born.
    Mr. Dolan is rated as a certified flight instructor and has logged 4,000 hours in fixed wing aircraft and helicopters. He is also a journalist, ham radio operator and serves on the board of AMC Networks. As a member of the board of the Dolan Family Foundation, based on Long Island (NY), he contributes to a wide variety of causes and organizations.

    Co-founder, Haiti Air Ambulance

    Rymann Winter - Co-founder, Haiti Air Ambulance

    Rymann Winter has been working on bringing an emergency aeromedical program to Haiti since 2007. A committed humanitarian and an active commercial pilot, he organized numerous volunteer flights in support of the Haiti earthquake rescue effort. Rymann is also the president of Proteus Air Services, a leading flight school in Los Angeles, California.

    Board Member

    Barth Green, M.D. - Board Member

    Dr. Barth Green is a neurosurgeon who also dedicates his time as professor and chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery, professor of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, and professor of Neurology at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. He is also chief of Neurosurgical Services at Jackson Memorial Hospital and Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

    Dr. Green received his B.A. from Indiana University in 1966 and his M.D. from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1969. He has been involved in Haiti’s medical development as a co-founder of Project Medishare for Haiti since the 1990s and in developing Haitian aviation as a co-founder of Fondation Haïtienne pour une Education Adaptée à l’Aéronautique (FHEAA).