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October 2, 2018


Florita Realin is a Facilities Coordinator at the San Diego Workforce Partnership. Here she tells a little bit about herself, both personally and professionally.

If you had $30,000 to donate to a workforce development program, what would you want done with it?

Our foundation is our children. $30,000 is a good amount of seed money to grow to help our homeless children. As an advocate for giving back to our communities, I would most definitely partner with organizations to grow this money to find stable homes for our future leaders.

What professional moment or project are you most proud of?

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My greatest accomplishment was leading a pilot philanthropic program to give back to the community in suburban Atlanta. In one year the program contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars back to the community and raised a network of over 500 consistent volunteers. I created events to motivate children to read, to encourage parents to support teachers and to encourage other businesses to get involved too. During that time I personally volunteered with adult literacy and taught a 70-year-old man to read. We both cried when he finally got his certificate!

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not working?

On my personal time, I love boating and being silly. I embrace the arts. Those that know me know I love to cook and embrace culinary arts. I’m a watercolor artist and have enjoyed exhibiting in multiple art galleries in Central Florida. My most recent passion is partner dance. I am fluent in 12 styles of Ballroom and Latin dance. I can be found on the dance floor in over 10 dance studios across San Diego County.

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