Born and raised in Haiti for the first 17 years of his life, He has been a U.S. Air Force 20-year veteran, a holder of a Master’s Degree in Computer Information Management and a resident of Denver, Colorado. He has always had a special love for his country of origin and its children close to his heart. While in the United States Armed Forces he has been part of many humanitarian missions such as the Haitian refugee crisis in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. After the devastating earthquake in January 12, 2010. Simpson volunteered with the American Red Cross and was assigned on board of the U.S. NAVY Hospital Ship Comfort on the coast of Haiti. Simpson was struck by the suffering and the resilience of the people and his love of Haiti was deepened.

From August 2014, to September 2015, Simpson took his American born wife Christy and his daughter Lashay to his father’s hometown Jacmel, Haiti and continue to help the people of Haiti. Simpson’s love for Haiti was something that his father Jeremy St Fort and his seventh grade teacher Roland Cajuste instilled in him. Simpson’s own personal experience with parents that believed in and promoted the value and importance of education, but themselves were unable to provide. His father did not even make it through High School but, was a wise man who never stops pushing and telling him that he was his future and he kept reminding him not to forget the ones that help him to succeed, never forget where he came from, and to always lend a helping hand to someone else…

His seven grade teacher saw something great in Simpson’s character, he invested not only his finance but his time and effort in him, took him competing again the other neighborhood schools’ best students, he believed in him, changed his life and made him very compassionate about humanity. Simpson learned firsthand what it is to grow up struggling for the basic necessities such as education, health care, transportation, hygiene and proper nutrition. This core and common problem weighed heavily on his heart and mind and he refuses to keep going without doing something about it. In November 2013, He fulfilled his calling by partnering with a few friends who shared a common vision to help not only the Haitians but any reachable person in need. They established UNIFACO Inc. a not for profit organization (501C3) which main purpose is to provide much needed assistance in agriculture, youth and adult education, leadership, health and wellness and proper nutrition to the less fortunate. Simpson's number one goal is to significantly improve the chances of a promising and successful future for the youth and an enjoyable learning experience for everyone that Unifaco would allow him and his team to make a long lasting impact in their life just like his father and teacher have done in his life. For the love of humanity and a hopeful future for not only the Haitians but for all reachable person in need, please join Simpson in this endeavor so that you and Unifaco can partner together and passionately assist others in need.