Travis Moore came to El Sol as a volunteer last fall, bringing with him his extensive understanding of computers and answering the prayers of Tom Choate, El Sol’s IT volunteer. Tom says: “Travis has been a huge help in our efforts to convert all local area network operations at El Sol from an old, increasingly obsolete Novell server to a Windows-based server. This conversion effort is similar to learning a whole new computer language. Fortunately, Travis’s day job includes being the computer support and administrator of a similar Windows-based server. Without his knowledge and freely-given support, we would not now be approaching a complete transition to the new network environment this summer.” Travis studied Law and American Society at Florida Atlantic University’s Honors College in Abacoa and graduated in 2011 with a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences. He’s a Florida native ~ his parents and grandparents live in Palm Beach Gardens and he has extended family in Central Florida. Travis came to El Sol “to make a small investment in the community I call home.” He is impressed with the dedication of the diverse group of volunteers who make this large organization run smoothly and effectively. Travis’s own dedication to El Sol is evident in a letter to Travis from El Sol’s administrative assistant Karen Clark: “On behalf of El Sol, I would like to sincerely thank you for the generous donation of your time and talents to support the installation of our new phone system. The new system is so very valuable to our organization and our impact in the community, as it strengthens our communication within the building and beyond our boundaries.” Karen said Travis’s professionalism, his knowledge and his preparation made the installation easy and enjoyable. “He made a very long Sunday at El Sol a pleasure!” Travis says, “It is amazing to see a local, community-level organization making a positive impact on our community.