Dr. Carmen Alfaro
My Tampa Bay Pediatrics
De Caracas, Venezuela
Jolie Gonzalez/Latin Times: How did you get started in your career?
Dr. Carmen Alfaro: I went to medical school at “Luis Razetti” Medical school in Venezuela, I finished my first pediatric residency in Venezuela at “Miguel Perez Carreño General Hospital” and then I moved with my family to USA. In 2005, I finished my second Pediatric Residency at Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Texas. I was very fortunate to be named and hold the position of chief residents at this Hospital for 15 months.
Clara I. Granada
The Carpet Store
Your Country: Colombia
Latin-Times: How did you get started in our career?
Clara New: I started working at the store almost 10 years ago when I was told by a flooring installer that the company needed a bilingual sales representative.
Latin-Times: What do you enjoy most about what you do?
Clara New: Meeting different people every day is definitely a plus, every day we get to help the contractors, builders, designers and retail customers with their flooring needs. Most of them are friends now, we see them more often that our own family! The Carpet Store is very involved with the Latin community and we participate in all kind of events which is wonderful, I have learned a lot about the different customs, foods and regionalisms from all the Spanish speaking countries.