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Carlos hails from the East Coast of the Carolinas and has been living in Charlotte since 1989. Shortly after moving here he began his career that has spanned nearly 25 years.

Carlos began working at the Howell center in 1990 and worked tirelessly until 2004. While at the Howell Center, Carlos was the Executive Director of the facility that housed over 120 mentally and physically handicapped children.

Also during this time he managed to open up three group homes for the Howell Center.

His hard work and loyal dedication led him to be the recipient of numerous recognitions and awards which included the Ann Wolf award (highest award for Direct Care Services).

In 2004, he joined DDR and continued his passion to serve adolescent teens, juveniles and mentally challenged adults by advocating for their needs and rights. On many occasions Carlos would attend court cases and act as the liaison for the juveniles.

He has an innate ability to show compassion and excellent care for all which has prompted him to become a legal guardian and care provider for both children and adults. Carlos has sponsored families during special events and holidays; organized fundraisers; produced vision drill teams and has also taken youth groups on various road trips.

During his tenure at DDR his work ethics were validated with several awards and was named CBS worker of the year for 7 consecutive years.

Collectively he and his business partner have over forty years of experience. Carlos is determined to ensure that he provides an individual, family or friend with Array of Brighter Beginnings.