WHITTIER, CA – The Whole Child (TWC) is delighted to welcome Fabio Soto, owner and agent of Fabio Soto State Farm Agency based in the Uptown District of Whittier, CA. As a TWC Board member, Mr. Soto will help the organization establish its mission in serving vulnerable children and families by stewarding its strategic vision. As a long-time advocate of nonprofits in the Los Angeles area, Mr. Soto has supported TWC through private donations and launched the State Farm Quotes for Good campaign benefitting the organization. “It is a pleasure to have Fabio join our Board. He already is such a good friend of The Whole Child. I am looking forward to learning from his entrepreneurial experience and business savvy and together make more new friends for our organization,” stated Constanza Pachon, MBA, TWC’s CEO.
Mr. Soto opened his State Farm agency in 2018. Today, alongside his wife, the agency comprises highly qualified team members who are equally passionate about helping their customers with their insurance needs. Before joining the insurance industry, Mr. Soto held various roles in restaurant management.
“We are thrilled to welcome business leader Fabio Soto to The Whole Child’s Board. As a long-time Whittier resident and local business owner, he will be an asset to the Board as we guide the organization to enhance its services in Whittier and Los Angeles County,” said Monica Alfaro-Welling, TWC’s Board Chair.
Fabio Soto is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where he earned his Bachelors in Sociology. Mr. Soto has served on the Whittier Uptown Association Board of Directors as a member and treasurer, and as a liaison for the Whittier Consortium on Homelessness. Fabio Soto, his wife Nena, and four children reside in Whittier, CA.
ABOUT THE WHOLE CHILD
The Whole Child is a 63-year-old nonprofit organization providing mental health, family housing, parent enrichment and nutrition education services to some of the most vulnerable families in Los Angeles County. Our mission is to help families raise emotionally and physically healthy children and have a place to call home. We provide our array of multidisciplinary services to more than 9,000 people across Los Angeles County; including 4,800+ children and youth.