Felipe Pinzon

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Felipe Pinzon

Senior Vice President of Strategy and Programs

Felipe Pinzon, has been with Hispanic Unity of Florida since 2002, and is currently the Senior Vice President of Strategy and Programs. Felipe is responsible for the planning, implementation, and oversight of HUF’s programs and services. He is also responsible for program strategy, development and sustainability. Felipe has spent over 21 years working with social service and educational organizations, including 15 years managing multiple programs. He has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Nova Southeastern University and also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Additionally, Felipe is a graduate of the American Express Nonprofit Leadership Academy. 

Felipe served on the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) Advisory Committee on Economic Security and the School Board of Broward County Diversity Committee and currently is the Treasure of the Florida Prosperity Partnership Board of Directors and the Chair of Sheridan Technical Center School Advisory Board. He also serves on the United Way of Broward County Public Policy Committee and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Distressed Areas Subcommittee.

In 2009, he was awarded the Distinguished Service/Outstanding Young Non-Profit Executive Meeting Award from the Jaycees Hollywood Junior Chamber. Most recently he received the 2017 Hispanicize Positive Impact Award.

He is also a faculty member at Ana G. Mendez University System.

Felipe is married and father of three children; he spends his free time with family, playing tennis, running and riding his motorcycle.

Eugenio R. Torres, Founder of Hispanic Unity
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Hispanic Unity of Florida: Client Stories

Hispanic Unity was founded more than 34 years ago by community leaders to ease the acculturation transition for newcomers from other nations. Today this nonprofit provides assistance through 12 programs and 30+ services, in four languages, to Broward's diverse community. Hispanic Unity remains the county's largest agency dedicated to the immigrant population, providing them with the tools they need to build a new life. In 2015, the agency served 17,000+ clients, from toddlers to adults.