Aloma is a "communicator par excellence" and has become an enthusiastic spokesperson for Food For The Poor. Also fluent in Spanish and becoming proficient in Creole, Aloma is better able to convey the message of the mission to Food For The Poor supporters and partners everywhere. As an educator, Aloma started a program to feed the homeless in Broward County (MANO) and led several mission trips to the Caribbean countries. He is especially attuned to the plight of the poor in our hemisphere.
Aloma was born in Santiago, Cuba, reared primarily in Jamaica where he attended Campion College in Kingston, Jamaica. He is a graduate of the University of Windsor in Canada, and received his Master's Degree from Nova Southeastern University. Aloma is married with four children and four grandchildren, and resides with his wife Denise in Davie, Florida.
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Angel Aloma was featured on our Send Me...I'll Go! program which aired on September 27, 2009.