I was born in Haiti, a predominantly black nation. Despite this fact, I only had one black Barbie growing up. I loved that doll. Some of my first memories are of me and my sister fighting over our Barbie. That doll was special because it was the first time we had a doll that looked like us. I remember the feeling of really identifying with my doll, and I made a promise to create dolls that would provide that connection for other kids. Through my vision of inclusion for all children wanting to identify with something special to them, Fusion Dolls was created. It is a platform that gives parents easy access to black dolls. I believe it is important to learn about self-love at an early age. Since most little kids tend to identify with their dolls, having a doll that looks like them can help build their confidence. Every child deserves to know they are beautiful just the way God made them. Fusion Dolls' mission is to spread diversity, awareness, and encourage our children to love themselves inside out!