Rosario "Charo" Correa is the leader of the Talita Cumi project and the healthy family program that supplements the Educational Enrichment Program at Operación San Andrés. Charo has been working at Operación San Andrés since 2009. She is an organized and committed social worker, responsible for leading more than 70 women in their efforts to build stronger families in Collique.

Charo has been a Christian for about 30 years. She has been married for 35 years, and she and her husband have two adult sons. As for hobbies, she likes to walk outdoors and listen to instrumental piano music and Italian lyric music. She dreams of traveling with her husband abroad, now that her adult children are about to start their own families.

Charo's goal as a person and professional is to teach other women everything she has learned throughout her life. She wants to help others avoid painful experiences like the ones she endured. At Operación San Andrés, she loves to help mothers and fathers build better relationships with each other and with their children.

"I would like to be remembered as someone who presented the love of Jesus to women in Collique," she says. Charo Correa has indeed become a spiritual guide to dozens of women as she shares the love of God through everything she does with the programs of Operación San Andrés.