Ernst Fleuranvil

Ernst Fleuranvil, is the Founder and Chairman of Excelsior Engineering Services, a company that provides a range of professional engineering and consulting services to the government and private sectors. Ernst was involved in the management of the $1 billion-dollar global gateway timeline project at Newark Airport.

Ernst is the current president of the Association of Haitian and American Engineers (ADIHA.org), which promotes STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and offers scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. He was born in Haiti and immigrated to the US in 1987. He holds Professional Engineer licenses in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida. He has a master’s degree in civil engineering from NJIT, a bachelor degree in civil engineering from the City College of New York, and a broadcasting engineering degree from Cleveland University.