02:45 am
November 25, 2017

Agenda

Agenda

All-Star Nonprofit Awards winners announced

More than 400 corporate executives, community leaders and members of the nonprofit sector attended Switchboard of Miami’s fourth-annual Katz Barron Squitero Faust All-Star Nonprofit Awards at Jungle Island. The luncheon honored the work of Miami-Dade County’s nonprofit organizations and philanthropists and the impact they have on the community. 

Guests were welcomed by Switchboard of Miami board member and event chair Alexander Ramos, director of operations for Interamerica Data Florida LLC, and Catherine Penrod, president and CEO of Switchboard of Miami. 

“The energy within the room paralleled the passion that fuels those who were honored,” said Erica English, a shareholder with Katz Barron Squitero Faust. “The opportunity to be the title sponsor of this event allowed Katz Barron Squitero Faust to further expand our ongoing commitment and dedication to our community.” 

The winners were:  

Miami All-Star: Voices for Children Foundation

” Rookie of the Year All-Star: RJT Foundation

Collaboration All-Star: Chapman Foundation

” Leadership All-Star: Education Tomorrow 

Innovation All-Star: PACE Center for Girls 

Volunteerism All-Star: Farm Share

Most Valuable All-Star: Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami

Young Leader of the Year All-Star: Mykaelle “Myka” Figueiredo, director of development for the Children’s Hearing Program at UHealth.

Nonprofit Leader of the Year All-Star: Col. Brodes Hartley, Community Health of South Florida

Lifetime Achievement All-Star: Trish Bell, board of trustees for Chapman Partnership

SFBW was a media sponsor for the event.

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