Carolina M. Osorio came to the U.S. from Colombia when she was 10 years old, and during her youth she gained a fascination with language and communications.
“When I was younger, my dream was to be a writer and travel the world while working for a magazine,” she said.
While Osorio has yet to achieve the goal of a globetrotting wordsmith, she has used her appreciation of language to create a business that uses words to provide often-vulnerable individuals with much-needed assistance.
The founder of the Norwalk-based CP Servicios Latinos, Osorio provides both her bilingual skills in offering translation services for Fairfield County’s Latino community as well as an understanding of the federal, state and nonprofit resources that can help this community in a myriad of legal, social and economic matters.
“That was the starting point of my passion for learning about all of these programs and resources,” she said.
Osorio launched CP Servicios Latinos unofficially in 2017, offering educational and informational outreach to help the Spanish-speaking community.
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