M.A. International Development and Social Change, Clark University, 2013
Mitch Haddad is a co-owner and Director at Project Bona Fide, an eco farming cooperative in Nicaragua. Mitch has been with Project Bona Fide since 2010. He has experience working with a number of experiential education programs, high schools, universities, as well as the gap year programs.
Upon graduating from Providence College in 2009 with a BA in Political Science and a focus on Latin American studies, Mitch came down to Nicaragua to apply his education and explore another region of the world. After working for an NGO outside of Granada focused on construction and community development, Mitch became involved with Project Bona Fide where he directs the education program on the farm. In addition to working with Project Bona Fide, Mitch is also the in-country Director of GiveLove, an NGO working towards improving eco-sanitation worldwide, the COO of a regenerative hospitality initiative on the pacific coast of Nicaragua and one of the primary consultants for Living Systems Solutions, a permaculture-based landscape design consulting firm.
Mitch has led both summer and custom programs for Dragons since 2013.