Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and raised in Brooklyn, NY- Jacques Brunvil is a writer and social activist. As Founder of The Black Student Association of Hawai'i @ UH Mānoa, Jacques established the only organization to advocate for the rights and needs of Black and African-American students. Notable accomplishments include-successfully advocating to refund African-American courses and an African-American specialist at The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.
His writing focuses on Black identity and politics throughout the diaspora. He is active throughout his hometown community of Canarsie, Brooklyn.
He currently works as a Research Assistant at The Center for Court Innovation.