Doris “Haitian born, Brooklyn raised” Dupuy is a lifelong pessimist, turned optimist, turned futurist.
Her vocational life has always been a practice of worldbuilding — though, she didn’t always call it that. Before her time at Resonance, Doris led child development and education programs, a passion which began after witnessing the stark education inequality in her native Haiti, and vowing to change it. She has also taught math to young people, and supported DC residents and families experiencing homelessness secure stable housing.
Since 2018, Doris’s role at Resonance has been a mix of finance, administration, human resources, and management. Today, her co-leadership of the network is shaped by her experience: “When I was working with children and families experiencing homelessness in DC, I felt the urgency of what I now call worldbuilding. When I came to Resonance, I experienced worldview work, and radical imagination through storytelling — and for the first time, I felt like transformation might actually be within reach.”
In short, she says, “Resonance has taught me a thriving future is possible. And we all have a role in creating it.”
On most days, you can find Doris caretaking for the people and beings in her life, trying to get right with her body, and re-learning love. (She/her)