Mark D'Sa, a former executive with Gap who lives in South Florida, is the man tasked with recruiting companies on behalf of the U.S. and Haitian governments to the Caracol Industrial Park. D'Sa has traded first class tickets for coach, and a home office.
Mark D'Sa, a former executive with Gap who lives in South Florida, is the man tasked with recruiting companies on behalf of the U.S. and Haitian governments to the Caracol Industrial Park. D'Sa has traded first class tickets for coach, and a home office. Carl Juste MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Mark D'Sa, a former executive with Gap who lives in South Florida, is the man tasked with recruiting companies on behalf of the U.S. and Haitian governments to the Caracol Industrial Park. D'Sa has traded first class tickets for coach, and a home office. Carl Juste MIAMI HERALD STAFF

From Miami GAP executive to Haiti industrial park promoter

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