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His House Children's Home - Restoring the Lives of Children in South Florida - January 2016

Silvia Smith-Torres became Executive Director of His House Children’s Home on March 17, 2014. Prior to the appointment, she had been a long-time friend of the agency.

Silvia came to His House with more than 25 years of experience in the child-welfare system, recently as Executive Director of CHILDNET, INC., located in nearby Broward County. She has been recognized for the work she has done to improve the lives of children locally, state-wide and nationally.

She is a kind-hearted, compassionate ambassador for children in foster care. In her own words, “My mission is to restore the life of every child that has been placed in my life. At His House, the Lord has given me this special assignment.”

With a proven ability to lead agencies through program improvement and organizational quality, Silvia’s proactive, visionary leadership has helped her build crucial relationships with both the stakeholders and communities of the organizations where she has served.

Silvia is the mother of 6, has fostered 15 children, adopted 4 and is a proud grandmother of 6 little ones.

 

 

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