Sol Angel Wynter

Hello, my name is Sol Wynter

I’m a Connector, Explorer, and an unshakable woman dedicated to helping you become the force of progress to serve your workplace and community.

You do not need to be perfect, you just have to be willing to start.



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I believe every person I assist today is myself tomorrow either due to aging, disability, or life happening. I enjoy serving; it is a way to help pave smooth pathways alongside with you shaping a better future for all.



Getting Started


Get Inspired

After exploring careers abroad in import and export I emigrated from Panama Republic to the United States in 1998 and have worked for the past 16 years in the field of Health and Human Services. Over the last 7 years I have connected communities to over $650,000.00 of funding from Fortune 500 companies to support programs serving seniors, disables and working families.

Recently, I decided to challenge myself to pursue a CompTIA A+ certification and it is the first of the many more I have set out to achieve. I blog about volunteer opportunities and other social issues such as empathy towards our fellowmen, proactive responsibility, and my journey of self-improvement.

Panama City, Panama

Panama City, Panama

Go Explore

I am an explorer by heart, love trying new things and discover communities, and sharing my experiences with others. Gain a global perspective and discover how other leaders are able to use their knowledge, connections, and expertise to bring about positive impact.

I invite you to explore my home country, Panama, with its rich history and culture. A great place to unwind.


Get Connected

I challenge you to learn more about your community and its resources and to find ways you can create change to better the well-being of your neighborhood. I share my perspective and my journey to help people discover how leaders are able to use their knowledge, connections, and expertise to improve their communities’ access to healthcare, education, and an environment they can call home.