Edwith lives in Batey Lechería in the Dominican Republic. Batey is the Haitian word for village. The older generations in Batey Lechería are Haitian.
Edwith's dad passed away so she lives with her mom and three siblings. Edwith's mom is sick and works at a cherry plantation, when her health allows it, to try and provide for her family.
Edwith speaks Creole and Spanish. She attends the public school that is two miles from her village. Her favorite subject is literature. In her free time, Edwith likes to play with dolls. She would like to become a doctor in the future.