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Center Manager

Originally from Quito, Ecuador, Elizabeth has lived in the U.S. since 2005 and in the Tampa Bay area since 2009. Prior to joining LSF (Children's Board FRC), she worked for a nonprofit Organization in Tampa, serving youth and children in a Temporary Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program, as Office Manager in Temporary Foster Care and as Youth Care Worker in Shelter.
Elizabeth has an MBA in Human Resources and her passion is serving the community. She believes that families can thrive when given the right resources and support to improve children's social, emotional, and cognitive skills and build their confidence.  As a member of the LSF team, Elizabeth feels blessed.

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Intake and Referral Specialist

Karem, born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia, studied Business Administration at the Autonomous University of Colombia. My experience in this country has been focused on working with children of school age helping them, caring for them and teaching them about their basic needs or requirements, always being a support for them, I can say that it makes me happy to see them smile!!

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Family Specialist

Edith Delgado was born in Panama, City, she finished her high school diploma there, and she enrolled in college for two years, obtaining an associate degree in External Relations, in 1994 she married, and moved to the USA, after many years she went back to college at HCC, to study Early Child Development. She loves to serve people; she was doing volunteer work in the juvenile jail in El Paso, Texas. She loves to help families and is happy to be part of the Lutheran Services Florida Family.

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Support Specialist


Family Specialist (Part-Time)

 Norka was born in Venezuela and is a mother of three and a grandmother of two. She is a  professional Engineer, and teacher that enjoys teaching math. 

Becoming an immigrant has allowed her to find a new reason for life; support other immigrant families offering them the necessary tools to obtain stability and achieve progress wherever they are. 

Norka share her time in two organizations, Hispanic Services Council,  providing support in the Active Parents Newtork program and in the Family Resource Center, as support for the different programs and activities for parents and children that our center offers.

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