Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida presents South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry for 2020

Legacy Magazine Miami and South Florida Magazine’s Elections issues are distributed in the
Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel, respectively.


Hollywood, Fla.– 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, is pleased to announce the release of its annual issues presenting South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry for 2020. The magazines feature exclusive interviews and expert commentary on timely topics and socio-economic revelations that impact the South Florida community.


“This issue is powerful. All of the women featured are incredible local leaders that you should watch as we enter 2021,” said Russell Motley, editor-in-chief, Legacy magazines. “It means they’re breaking glass ceilings, setting new political agendas, and blazing uncharted entrepreneurial trails.”


This year’s honoree class features a stellar array of leaders with professional titles run the gamut, from a serial entrepreneur who recently appeared on a reality show on the OWN network to a filmmaker and a host of dedicated professionals, proprietors, and public servants. The issues include stories exploring the legacy of legendary fashion and hospitality icon B. Smith, educating readers on COVID-19 and general wellness, and timely messages from elected officials.
Readers can also enjoy features on business trends, professional development insights, and other content that give South Florida’s Black influencers and affluencers a competitive advantage in career, business, and industry.


For more information on Legacy Miami and South Florida magazines, please contact Jordan B.D.
Polite at 305-412-9600 extension 707 or Jordan@miamediagrp.com.


Legacy Miami Honorees:
Tawana Akins, Ed. S, Dean of Students, Miami Dade County Public Schools
Lori F. Bailey, Assistant Principal, Miami Dade County Public Schools
Audrey Brooks, Board Certified Christian Counselor, Brooks Counseling Services, LLC
Jardina Campbell, MSHRM, Human Resources Manager, Swatch Group US
Leyanis Diaz, Business Counsultant, Speaker and Founder/CEO, MAJOR
Angelique Hibbert, Real Estate Professional, The Keyes Company
Karine-Beverly Holly, Regional Sales and Education Executive, L’Oreal Travel Retail Americas
Hon. Shannon Ighodaro, Councilwoman, City of Miami Gardens
Christina Lucas, President, Envista Forensics
Taylor D. McCain, Chief Operating Officer, Rap Snacks
Patricia C. A. Sasser, Head of the Upper School, Ransom Everglades School
Lory Wallace, Practice Manager of Obstetrics & Gynecology Pulse Beauty Cosmetics
Renée A. Webley, Architect, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Principal Architect, RAW Design &
Consulting
Judy-Ann Wellington, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Black Nurse Practitioners of Palm Beach County

Read Here: https://issuu.com/miamediagrp/docs/legacy_miami_mag_dec2020-edited


Legacy South Florida Honorees:
Audri Ivery Amoro, Director of Marketing & Communications, National Family Partnership
Monique D Brown, Ph.D., MCAP SAP CAD, CEO, Riviera Beach Integrated Care
Theresa Bowe, Author, Philanthropist, Real Estate Professional, The Keyes Company
Sandy Collier, President, Hey, Sandy! PR & Communications
Yvette DuBose, CPM, NPEC, Executive Director/CEO, Heart Gallery of Broward
Kaysia M. Earley, Esq., Lawyer, Earley Law Firm, PLLC
Vee Escarment, CEO & Executive Director, Generational Wealth through Homeownership Inc.
Cynthia Eugene-Joseph, MSN FNP-BC WCC, Nurse Practitioner at VITAS Healthcare and
Floral Designer Michel’s Catering & Events
Delphine Gervais, LCSW-QS, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Qualified Supervisor
Breakthrough Care and Resource Center, Inc.

View The Digital Version December 27th on issuu.com/miamediagrp

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