Yaina is our lead cook. She has been with us from the beginning, and has truly become like family. She loves her job, loves preparing new things, is an absolute joy to have around, and is always happy and positive.
Yaina likes to dance and spend time with her family. She says, “It's like a refuge to work here.” She is married and has three (3) beautiful boys.
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Marcio - the man, the myth the legend! By title, he is our Director of Facilities, but in reality he is much more than that. He is always busy working on something, staying productive even when the day's work is done!
Marcio is a leader in the community of Travesia, and has been a key figure in opening up communication between our missionaries and the locals. He is married and has four (4) daughters. We are proud to have him on our team!
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Jose Luis Flores
Jose Luis graduated the Academy a few years ago and has now come on staff as an assistant coach and as assistant of the Academy grounds, while continuing his education to be a lawyer at the University in Puerto Cortes.
Jose Luis has been involved in the Academy for many years, both as a player and now as a part of our staff. We are so glad he is a part of our Rhino family and we are looking forward to what God has for him in the future as a lawyer!
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Ever Aleman López
Ever began with us in the area of grounds maintenance. His work ethic was impressive and he seemed to love his job. We quickly saw that he was growing and changing, becoming more interested in his faith and his relationship to God. He joined our weekly men's Bible study and has began to open up and share.
Ever is married to Yaina (our cook), and they have 3 sons. Ever now helps out in other areas, including assistant coaching. We are thankful to have a good man, husband, and father joining our staff and believe he can be a great example for the Rhinos.
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