Mireille Leroy was born in Port-au-Prince and raised in Cap-Haitian. She completed her early education in Port-au-Prince and later migrated to the United States and settled in New York. She began her professional career as a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1988. Always interested in academic achievement, she continued her education and obtained her Associate Degree in Applied Nursing Science in 1991 from Rockland Community College, which led to her later earning a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Dominican College in 2006. Mireille is currently enrolled in a Master’s program in Health Science with an emphasis in Leadership. She has vast and diverse experience in Nursing and patient care. She has held many positions in leadership roles, including: Neonatal intensive care, Pediatric intensive care, Endoscopy, Emergency Medicine and
As a community activist, she has served as Chair and co-chair of the Haitian American Parents Association of Rockland County. Mireille is active in many communities and holds membership in a list of other community service organizations. As a result of her volunteerism nationally and internationally, she has received many recognitions, and awards acknowledging her contributions. In 2014 she was the recipient of Nurse of the Year, and a Collaborative award from Haitian American Nurses Association of Greater New York. Her goal has been to use her knowledge and experience to enrich her community locally and globally and to do whatever she can to make this world a better place.
President of HANA of Rockland County, Inc. – 2015-2016. Under her leadership as Rockland County HANA President, they received 501 (c) status.