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Elaine Liftin: Spearheads Florida’s Council for Educational Change

As President and executive director of the statewide non-profit Council for Educational Change, Elaine Liftin has the job of embedding the organization’s mission throughout Florida: to focus on leadership to improve student achievement and address education…

Ana-Marie Codina Barlick: Creating 120-acre Downtown Doral, Gables projects

Ana-Marie Codina Barlick: Creating 120-acre Downtown Doral, Gables projects

As CEO of Codina Partners for the past two years, Ana-Marie Codina Barlick oversees all operations of the investment and development firm. That includes continuation of her prior responsibility supervising…

Marilyn Holifield: Corporate attorney advocates also for education, arts

Marilyn Holifield: Corporate attorney advocates also for education, arts

When Marilyn Holifield was growing up, she thought she was going to be a pianist, a poet or a writer. During her senior year of college, one of her older…

Madeline Pumariega: Hialeah native is chancellor of Florida College System

Madeline Pumariega: Hialeah native is chancellor of Florida College System

Madeline Pumariega, born and raised in Hialeah, proudly reports she’s a product of the public school system here. Her higher education began at the formerly named Miami Dade Community College,…

Franklin Sirmans: Expanding the mission of Pérez Art Museum Miami

Franklin Sirmans: Expanding the mission of Pérez Art Museum Miami

Franklin Sirmans was always more interested in sports than art but happily accompanied his father to museums in New York City as well as other places they lived during his…

Neha Dagley: Miami attorney focuses on US trade links with India

Neha Dagley: Miami attorney focuses on US trade links with India

Neha Dagley attributes her work ethic in large part to watching how family members approached life. Growing up in Mumbai, she said, her parents had no means to do much…

Sheryl Woods: Leads merged YMCA toward 50% growth in decade

Sheryl Woods: Leads merged YMCA toward 50% growth in decade

Sheryl Woods was teaching health and physical education at the University of Oklahoma when she joined her first Y – the Greater Oklahoma City YMCA. She was immediately drawn to…

Brian Schriner: Gearing FIU students for innovation-based economy

Brian Schriner: Gearing FIU students for innovation-based economy

Brian Schriner believes  innovation will be key to the 21st century economy, and FIU’s College of Architecture and the Arts has an opportunity to play a role. He says that’s…

Brad Meltzer: Oversees Plaza Construction Group Florida

Brad Meltzer: Oversees Plaza Construction Group Florida

When Brad Meltzer started college, he originally planned to be a doctor. After a year, however, he decided to change from pre-med to architecture, a profession he said is in…

Daniela Fonseca Puggina: Handling commercial litigation crossing national lines

Daniela Fonseca Puggina: Handling commercial litigation crossing national lines

Daniela Fonseca Puggina was 19 when she took a break from law studies in Brazil and came to study English in Florida. After deciding to stay another year for language…

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