Founder/CEO

Christianne Pratt-DeWolfe is the Founder and President of Florida Imports Customhouse Brokers, Inc. This corporation has been operating in South Florida for the last 20 years. She has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (B.B.A.) major in Finance and a minor in International Business from Florida International University(FIU), Miami, Florida.
Vice-President

Amanda Pratt-Perez works as a Realtor-Associate at Keller Williams in Miami, Florida.
 
Chief-Operating Officer/COO

Dunia Aguilar She has a degree in Filology/Germanistic from the University of Seville, Spain. She is a tremendous resource to HTHF. Her value as our Chief-Operating Officer can’t be overstated. She finds very rewarding and fulfilling to  help others. Not only she reduces costs through her work, but provides better help, because of her passion for the organization’s mission.
 
Secretary

Mrs. Thelma Reyes is currently retired. She is dedicating her time and effort to work for Hearts Touching Hearts Foundation. She was the corporate officer of a non-profit organization which helped the needy in Nicaragua for over approximately two decades. She received an award by the Lions Club in Miami, Florida on May 13th, 2000, for her altruistic personality and her great commitment to help the needy.
Executive Director / Nicaragua

Piero Yupanky Ayala, nonprofit development professional with ten years of experience, coordinating community sponsorship programs, micro finance, health, nutrition, education, projects aimed at improving agriculture and developing virtual platforms that allow access to international markets. He graduated in Public Accounting and Finance from the UNAN, Managua, Nicaragua, and earned a certification in web development.
 
Project coordinator / Nicaragua

Maria Francisca Blandón has many years of experience working in the development of new projects. She collaborated for more than 10 years in the elaboration and execution of projects in the coffee sector. She earned a degree in publicity and accounting finance from UNAN, Managua, Nicaragua.