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Profile: Stuart Chase

Although he’s from New England, Stuart Chase has life-long ties to Miami. His grandfather had a house in Hialeah so he’s been coming here for years. When Mr. Chase began working at HistoryMiami as director and…

Profile: Leoncio de la Peña

Profile: Leoncio de la Peña

Having been an animated debater in his younger years, Leo de la Peña thought he’d enjoy being a litigator. He was correct and finds the work comes naturally and is…

Profile: Jose Antonio Zabalgoilia

Profile: Jose Antonio Zabalgoilia

Jose Antonio Zabalgoilia was only 16 when he decided to be a diplomat. Ten years later, his goal became reality. Today, as consul general of Mexico in Miami, he oversees…

Profile: Jay Phillip Parker

Profile: Jay Phillip Parker

About a year into his role as CEO of Douglas Elliman’s Florida Brokerage, Jay Phillip Parker is pushing brokerage and real estate in South Florida forward with an eye not…

Profile: John Kunkel

Profile: John Kunkel

Opening any business is extremely difficult. But opening a restaurant? With fickle food trends, a particular customer base and transient staff, to be successful is close to impossible – just…

Profile: Gregory Ferrero

Profile: Gregory Ferrero

Private wealth is easy to spot in South Florida and in particular Greater Miami, where cars, clothes and more signify flush bank accounts. After a certain threshold, private wealth needs…

Profile: Charlotte Gallogly

Profile: Charlotte Gallogly

The internationalization of Miami and Florida started long ago, perhaps even before Ponce de Leon touched down in 1513. But for modern Miami, and the gateway function that Miami is…

Profile: Brian Alonso

Profile: Brian Alonso

In a city often characterized as very young, certain anchors act as reminders of Miami’s durability, resilience and adaptability. Flagler Street is one of those iconic areas that call back…

Profile: Nathalie Olijslager-Jaarsma

Profile: Nathalie Olijslager-Jaarsma

The Netherlands, or Holland, has a long history in living with instead of fighting against the seas. There’s a reason, after all, that tall ships rank as an iconic Dutch…

Profile: Daniel Andai

Profile: Daniel Andai

After having played around the world with various ensembles in far-flung places like the Sydney Opera House, Russia, Carnegie Hall and Musikverein, Vienna, Daniel Andai has returned to the school…

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