Legacy Magazine Miami and South Florida Magazine’s issues are distributed in the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel. The new issues will arrive on newsstands on Sunday, December 18, 2022.
Hollywood, Fla. (December 16, 2022) – Black women are among the nation’s highest performers in virtually every category. The latest issues of Legacy Magazine promoting the region’s Black women achievers confirm that South Florida elevates the expectations in corporate and community settings. M•I•A MEDIA GROUP LLC, publisher of Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida, the premier publications for South Florida’s Black influencers and affluencers, will release the highly coveted editions on Sunday, December 18, in the Miami Herald and the Sun Sentinel.
“In this issue, we round out the year with the Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry. There is always discussion about how much work is left to be done in the Black community,” said Russell Motley, Legacy’s Associate Publisher and Editor-in-Chief.
“However, Legacy’s honorees remind us just how far we’ve come.”
Along with the honoree highlights, readers can enjoy profiles on highly accomplished executives like Stephanie Collier Jones, president of the Technology Business Unit at Convey Health Solutions; Roshell Rinkins, vice president of Grants Administration and Chief DEI Officer at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; Charisma Montfort, interim chief procurement officer at Miami-Dade County Public Schools; Michele Collie, senior vice president and director of CRA at City National Bank of Florida, and Camille Clark, senior vice president of Marketing & Communications at Visit Lauderdale, along with a host of impressive and emerging professionals and community servants.
The magazines also showcase compelling content that will leave readers politically informed, economically empowered, and intellectually intrigued. Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s column touts how small businesses are winning with county reforms. Miami-Dade County School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon, III, showcases how residents are supporting the power of public education. Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce CEO G. Eric Knowles applauds the Black women rising despite adversity. In the Political Report, former state senator Dwight M. Bullard delivers a rousing tribute to Black women, and noted attorney Victor Demesmin encourages readers to evolve internally and externally. On the health front, Dr. Olayemi Osiyemi shares how readers can leverage lifestyle changes to create sustainable weight loss. For nearly 20 years, Legacy has delivered insights that give its audience a competitive advantage in their careers, businesses, health, and lifestyles. That tradition continues.
For more information on Legacy Miami and South Florida magazines, please contact Jordan B.D. Polite at 305-412-9600 extension 707 or [email protected].
Legacy Magazine’s Black Women in Business & Industry of 2022 Honorees:
- Trudy-Ann Armand, Chief HER, HER-MINE LLC
- Satonya Baker, CMCP, Founder, The Beautiful Works, Inc.
- Berlande ‘Bebe’ Beaubrun, RN, CEO, B is for Bride LLC
- Petra Brennan, Director of Tourism Business Enhancement, Multicultural Tourism & Development, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Veronica D. Brown, Chief Operating Officer, YWCA South Florida, Inc.
- Seadoreia CeeCee Brown, Union President, AFSCME Local 199
- Moneeke C. Byrd, Existing Installation Field Superintendent, South Florida – Schindler Elevator Corporation
- Gabrielle E.C. Johnson, LMHC, Psychotherapist, Gabby Cares of South Florida
- Camila Clark, Sr., Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Visit Lauderdale
- Michele Collie, Senior Vice President/Director of CRA, City National Bank of Florida
- Aneisha Daniel, Assistant City Manager, City of North Miami
- Dr. La-Toya Facey-Walker, Co-Owner, Bodytek – Pembroke Pines
- Marie R. Gill, M.A., MBA, Founder & CEO, M. Gill & Associates, Inc.
- Kathy L Horton, Human Resources Manager; Apprenticeships, Internships, and Special Projects, Miami Dade Country Government
- Stephanie Collier Jones, President, Technology Business Unit, Convey Health Solutions
- Shelly-Ann King, Executive Director, Udonis Haslem Foundation
- Natoya Knights-Williams, MBA, The Entrepreneurship Expert, TNT RE Assest, LLC
- Sasha Lightbourne, Senior Manager, The Boeing Company
- Nicole McPherson, MSN, RN, President/Administrator, Virtue Medical Staffing Services, LLC
- Kim Miller, VP of Human Resources, Miami Dolphins
- Dr. J’Quyra Moncur-Blue, Chiropractic Physician, Entertainment and Sports Chiropractic Medicine
- Charisma Helene Montfort, Interim Chief Procurement Officer, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
- Dr. Angela Lucas Mumford, Research & Planning Officer, The Links, Incorporated
- Cassandra W. Oliver, Chief Operations Officer, K.W.A. Group Branding
- Goddess Orisha, Wellness Coaching, Surviving Vegan LLC
- Katherine B. Passley, MSCJ, Deputy Director, Co-founder, Beyond the Bars
- Kenasha Paul, J.D., Founder and CEO, Black Professionals Network
- Daniella Grace Pierre, President, Miami-Dade Branch of the NAACP
- Yasmine Quinones, Owner, YQP Cleaning Services
- Roshell R. Rinkins, Vice President/Grants Administration and Chief DEI Officer, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
- Joy B Smith, Commissioner, City of West Park
- Shea Spencer, CEO, YWCA of Palm Beach County
- Diandra Weaver, Investment Specialist, J.P. Morgan Private Bank
- Roche Whittle, MBA, Senior Marketing Manager, TradeStation Group
About Legacy Magazine
Established in 2004, LegacyMiami and Legacy South Florida are news/business publications serving South Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture, and social commentary. The magazines are distributed throughout South Florida via partnerships with the Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel. For more information, log on to www.miamediagrp.com.