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Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce

December 7, 2022

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors gathered today for its last meeting of the year

The Board of Directors reviewed financial results and committee programs and activities

Miami, Dec. 7, 2022. The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors met today to review year-to-date financial results and current activities and programs advanced by board members through the various committees.

Worth mentioning was the Property and Casualty Insurance Forum held last month by our Financial Services Committee, led by Jay Pelham, Kaufman Rossin, and Emma Pacetti, City National Bank of Florida; the increasing impact of the Workforce Housing Committee -led by Arthur "AJ" Meyer, ANF Group, Inc. and Manuel del Cañal, CPA, OceanBank- in advancing dialogue and finding solutions to the lack of affordability, availability, and land in Greater Miami; and the upcoming legislative session for which our Government Affairs Committee -led by Alejandro Dominguez, AT&T- has directed efforts to integrate a tight, concise, and actionable legislative agenda, a product of coordination of our community with The Chamber.

In addition, The Chamber announced the relaunch of its Senior Executive Orientation® Program, led by Cathy Alexander, Bank of America and Gladys Reed, OceanBank, on January 5, 2023. Established in 1988, the program seeks to integrate and engage executives in their new city and accelerate their adaptation into Miami.

In closing the last Board meeting of 2022, Leadership Miami® Class 44 - led by Jeni Bouza, Bank of America, Brandon Mitchell, Venture For America, and Ashaki Bronson-Marcellus, BankUnited - celebrated graduation today, having contributed funds and volunteer hours to the Greater Miami community.

Thanks to our Board of Directors for your leadership and unwavering support!

About The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is the proud champion for the Greater Miami Business Community and a civic engine that fuels the advancement of The Magic City. Founded in 1907 as the Miami Board of Trade, today’s Chamber boasts representing more than 400,000-member company employees and is heralded for its legacy of leadership in economic development, and its unwavering commitment to improving the Miami-Dade community.

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Thaidee Ochoa

Vice President, Communications



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