Founder and President
Fe Florimón is the Founder and President of CSFHC. She is a bilingual educator and community leader known for her commitment to building relationships and caring approach toward families, youths and communities.
Fe has a broad combined experience in both public and private sectors. Before joining the public sector, she worked for almost two decades in the private sector. Parts of her work experience include the travel industry, and business administration (Corporate Travel and Group Consultant, and Small Business Administration). In the public sector, Fe’s worked for several community-based organizations in the capacity of bilingual educator and program administrator. In both sectors, she had the opportunity to work with individuals and families from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. She has also worked with the New York State Correctional Facility System, NYC Department of Education, John Jay College, and collaborated with other government agencies like NYC Administration for Children’s Services.
Fe has earned an extensive and outstanding volunteer record of commitments. As an ardent advocate of education and civic engagement, she has served in several leadership positions. She was appointed twice to the Community Education Council of School District 6 (CEC 6) by the Manhattan Borough Presidents Scott Stringer and Gale A. Brewer. During her appointment, she served as President of the Council and Chair of the Public Relations Committee. For over a decade, Fe has served as the Chair of the Youth and Education Committee of Community Board 12M (CB12M). She also served at the United Nations helping organize fundraising events and supervised their information Kiosk’s activities and tourists’ inquiries.
Fe encourages and supports young people to succeed. She promotes higher education and provides opportunities for young people to exercise and develop leadership skills through public speaking events, develops venues where they can showcase their talents, and publicly acknowledges their accomplishments at community events. She also served as a student mentor at The City College of New York. For several years, Fe was a member of the Isabella Foundation and Edward J. McFadden Scholarship Committee helping many underserved students receive scholarships. She also facilitated and organized to promote intergenerational relationships. Her work and leadership commitment is recognized by the NYC Chancellor of Education, Barack Obama Democratic Club, George Washington Educational Campus, NYPD 33 rd Pct., and Public Officials, for the many contributions she has made to support and improve the lives of families, youth, elders, and school communities.
Fe holds a Master’s of Public Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The City College of New York.
Dinangely Feliz, is Vice President of the Community Services with Faith Hope & Charity, Inc. She has over 20 years of experience in the Banking System. Her commitment and determination to advance her career in the banking industry has allowed her to grow from the position of Bank Taller to V.P. Branch Manager. She has an excellent relationship management and has built strong cross-functional relationships with different departments and other financial institutions with fruitful results of hard work.
Dinangely is known for her work ethic and deep sense of commitment with the community. She has always been passionate about public service. She enjoys educating families in need of financial guidance to improve their lives. She has designed and facilitated Financial Literacy Programs for local high schools, non-for-profit organizations, networking events, sponsorships amongst other community events. She has also proudly volunteered for the NYPD’s Auxiliary Program, and Food Pantry organization in New York City.
Dinangely has a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and is working towards her Master’s Degree.
Jonathan Frometa serves as the Treasure for CSFHC. He brings to the organization an extensive background and expertise in the field of technology.
Jonathan has more than 15 years of experience in the area of analysis, design and development of commercial systems for both, the web and Windows. He started his career in technology as a Professor of Information Technology. He worked at the international universities of, Universidad Tecnologica de Santiago (UTESA), and Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE), both situated in the Dominican Republic. He has also worked on large technology projects for the public and private sectors including private financial institutions, and health and education providers respectively.
Jonathan is currently a Computer Systems Manager for the NYC Office of Technology and Innovation - OTI assigned to the New York City Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations. He also works as an Independent IT specialist.
Jonathan is an advocate of education, and an active member at the local city agency Community Board12 Manhattan where he chairs the Information Technology Committee.
Jonathan graduated with a dual Master of Business Administration and Systems Engineering degree.
Evette Camacho serves as a Secretary CSFHC. Evette is an operation professional with over three decades of experience in customer facing roles and leadership across both academic and professional services industries. She started her career in Administration at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. After more than 10 years at Columbia she changed career paths into the financial sector as a Mortgage consultant. She found success and fulfillment for over 15 years in this role helping families secure home ownership. In her role as a Home Mortgage Consultant, she volunteered her services at the Bronx Neighborhood Housing Services providing First-time Home Ownership Education, counseling, and credit repair seminars. Always a lifelong learner, Evette set out to become an income tax professional. She is a master in the field and currently holds the titles of Senior Tax Analyst and Office Manager at H&R Block for close to 10 years.
Evette currently is the Director of Admissions at the Manhattan campus of Boricua College. A position she holds dear as an alumni. Evette believes in Boricua's mission to educate the whole person to become self-motivated, independent, life-long learners, with awareness and commitment to maintaining a healthy symbiotic relationship with their environment and to become effective community leaders.
Evette graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.