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Center Manager

Maria is an experienced Clinical Social Worker and Sociologist that has spent her career life using her knowledge and experience to help her community overcome obstacles. She knows there is no single approach that works for everyone, so driven by her passion to help others, Maria has continued to educate herself on new therapies and trends. She takes pride in providing the best solution to the individuals and families she serves.  Born in Livingston, New Jersey, with Colombian and Puerto Rican roots; she knows the importance of family and community. Maria is a Certified Life Coach and Notary Public. She received her education at University of New England with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a minor in Sociology from University of South Alabama. She is currently working on her Doctorate in Leadership Education at the University of New England. As a professional, her goals include continue finding approaches to help families and individuals as well as learning a new language. ¡Yo hablo español!


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Intake and Referral Specialist

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Family Specialist

Rocio was born in Arequipa, Peru. She moved to the United States in 2001. She lived in Lexington, Kentucky for 13 years. She decided to move to the sunshine state to be closer to her daughter and to enjoy the warm weather. Rocio has over 13 years of experience in the hospitality industry. She also worked at a local school as a lead teacher for 2 years. Rocio joined the CBFRC Team in 2022.

¡Yo hablo español! 


Support Specialist

Zully enjoys working with people, crafting and singing.She is originally from Humacao, Puerto Rico and now a Florida resident. ¡Yo hablo español!


Family Specialist (Part-Time)

My career started as a bookkeeper, but I soon realized that I preferred working with people than with numbers. So, my career path and work experience have been working with people. I worked as an airline agent and travel agency manager, while simultaneously ministering to children and outreach missions. After relocating to the US from the Bahamas in 2002, I volunteered and worked in Hospice Chaplaincy, and volunteered for United Way’s Reading Pals Program. After joining AARP Senior’s Employment Program, my volunteering expanded to include Habitat for Humanity, Florida Baptist Children's Home, ECHO (Resource Center),
and The Children’s Board. 

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