Interim head now in charge at Boston Consulate

There has been a change in leadership at the Boston office of the Haitian government. Marjorie Alexandre Brunache, who served as consul since 2011, has been re-assigned. Marie Weslyne Nicolas is presently serving as the interim consul until a new permanent consul is assigned to the post.

Brunache ended her duties in the last week in February, according to Nicolas, who worked in the office under Brunache. A new appointment will come from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Haiti, said Nicolas.
“Everything is the same” at the Back Bay offices, where Haitian nationals often frequent to apply for visas, update passports and conduct other official business.

The consulate— located at 545 Boylston Street— serves as the Haitian government’s office covering Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Vermont. The office may be reached by calling 617-266-3660. Or email