Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been giving you glimpses into the coffee harvest season in Honduras and introducing you to the work Aldea Development does.
Today, we want to introduce you to our staff in Honduras. We invite you to get to know our team, and hope to show you the way they contribute to making Aldea who we are!
Each team member of our Honduras team has sent over an introduction, so you can get to know them, and their roles.
Carlitos: “My name is Charlie, known by most as Carlitos. I have been working with Aldea since 2010. I spent my first 9 years as head of accounting and as director of the beneficio (coffee receiving center, & wet mill), in addition to providing support to Aldea’s other programs. I recently took over as President and manager of operations in Honduras. I am excited to help guide Aldea Development’s future growth and improvement. I am also blessed with a beautiful wife, Nelsi, and a two-month-old son, Charlie Miguel.”
“My name is Martir, and I have been working with Aldea since 2010. I am the director of the microloan program, and the Aldea Development warehouse. In addition to those things, I also help with community development projects.“
Gilberto: “My name is Gilberto, and I have been working with Aldea since 2009. I am the director of coffee quality and training for coffee producers, and director of our coffee purchasing program. I also assist with the microloan program and community development projects. I am the father of three beautiful children: Allan, Christian, and Sofia. My mother also lives with us, in addition to my nephew Rolando, whom we love as an adopted son.”
Pedro: “My name is Pedro, and I have been working with Aldea since 2012. I am the director of communication with coffee producers, and coordinator of the coffee purchasing program. I work in the Aldea Development office, managing the administrative side of things, and collaborate with the other team members to help run the microloan program.”