Paulette Pfeiffer “Tinkerbell”, was born in Poland, raised in South America, and speaks four languages fluently. As president of Global Executive Resources, she managed companies in 48 countries. Ms. Pfeiffer was instrumental in promoting the Court Interpreters Act, and was selected one of the “Outstanding Young Women in America”. She has made over 400 public appearances, many in foreign languages regarding the issues related to children of prisoners.
Ms. Pfeiffer’s philanthropic work includes: The Chicago Anti-Hunger, Junior Leadership, the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, We Stand for Kids, and Silent Victims of Crime. All are programs for children who have a parent in prison.
In 2008, she joined efforts with Eastern Kentucky University to create The National Association for Children of Incarcerated Parents (NACIP).
Since her move to Miami, two years ago, she has partnered with The Service Network for Children of Inmates (COI), Lions Club, Center For Social Change, and has been the spokesperson on Telemundo, TV Azteca, Channel 4 News, 10 News, and lectures at Florida International University (FIU) and University of Miami (UM).