In our aim for a more sustainable tomorrow, Resinab establishes and maintains a path to affordable, clean cooking fuel for low-income Haitian families by providing access to biogas systems.
We are inspired by a future where everyone has access to clean cooking fuel.
In Haiti, we help low-income families transition to safer cooking fuel through biogas technologies.
In the United States, biogas plants and production methods are being engineered to reduce costs.
In Haiti, most rural families rely on firewood and charcoal to cook. This leads to indoor air pollution, a leading risk factor for deaths in the country. The activity at the center of life, both culturally and biologically, is slowly killing thousands, especially women and children.
Resinab fights indoor air pollution by facilitating the transition to safer cooking fuels. We make biogas technologies accessible to low-income families desperate for affordable and cleaner alternatives.
Cooking becomes more enjoyable and, most importantly, safer. Our mission is to improve the families’ quality of life while providing opportunities to be more productive and participate in Haiti’s development.
Born and raised in Haiti, Darryl is the founder of Resinab. While studying biochemistry at Berry College, he became passionate about technologies capable of addressing global health risks like air pollution. Darryl is currently a medical student at Vanderbilt University and aspires to improve health and uplift underserved communities.
Born in the Philippines and raised in Georgia, Paolo is Resinab's Chief Executive Officer. He studied applied physics at Berry College, then materials engineering at Georgia Tech. He is currently a PhD student at Vanderbilt University studying biomedical engineering. Passionate about the relationship between science and people, he strives to use the power of technologies to impact rural families.
Cécilie grew up in Haiti before moving to France for her studies. She completed her bachelor’s in law at the Panthéon Sorbonne University and is currently getting her masters’ degree in international business law and economic cooperation. Her drive to address social issues led her to Resinab where she serves as compliance director.
Hailing from St. Petersburg, Florida, Brian joined Resinab in 2021 and serves as Chief Financial Officer. He studied applied physics and mathematics at Berry College and aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech. Brian is constantly improving Resinab's biogas systems.
Originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, Seth is Resinab's Secretary. He is currently studying at the University of Florida, pursuing majors in biology and music in hopes of attending medical school in the future. He sees Resinab as an opportunity to serve those beyond his immediate community.
Born and raised in Georgia, Peyton studied public relations at the University of Georgia and is currently working towards her MBA at Piedmont University. She is excited for the opportunity to be part of the inspiring team of change-makers at Resinab.