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    • Robert Antoni - Miami Book Fair International 2013

    • Robert Antoni will be appearing at the 2013 Miami Book Fair International to discuss his new book As Flies to Whatless Boys .
    • Patricia Engel - Miami Book Fair International

    • Patricia Engel will be appearing at the 2013 Miami Book Fair International to discuss her new book It's Not Love, It's Just Paris .
    • Jen Karetnick- Miami Book Fair International 2013

    • Poet, writer and foodie Jen Karetnick will be appearing at the 2013 Miami Book Fair International to Tigertail, A South Florida Annual:  Florida Flash
    • JMOF-FIU Jews of Africa and Asia 4-4

    • The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU offered the first class ever on Jews of Africa and Asia. Two of the world’s leading authorities on Eastern Jewish communities explored the Jewish experience in Asia and Africa in a new course offered at JMOF-FIU. “The Jews of Asia and Africa” was taught by FIU research professors Nathan Katz and Tudor Parfitt.
    • JMOF-FIU Jews of Africa and Asia 3-4

    • The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU offered the first class ever on Jews of Africa and Asia. Two of the world’s leading authorities on Eastern Jewish communities explored the Jewish experience in Asia and Africa in a new course offered at JMOF-FIU. “The Jews of Asia and Africa” was taught by FIU research professors Nathan Katz and Tudor Parfitt.
    • JMOF-FIU Jews of Africa and Asia 2-4

    • The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU offered the first class ever on Jews of Africa and Asia. Two of the world’s leading authorities on Eastern Jewish communities explored the Jewish experience in Asia and Africa in a new course offered at JMOF-FIU. “The Jews of Asia and Africa” was taught by FIU research professors Nathan Katz and Tudor Parfitt.
    • JMOF-FIU Jews of Africa and Asia 1-4

    • The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU offered the first class ever on Jews of Africa and Asia. Two of the world’s leading authorities on Eastern Jewish communities explored the Jewish experience in Asia and Africa in a new course offered at JMOF-FIU. “The Jews of Asia and Africa” was taught by FIU research professors Nathan Katz and Tudor Parfitt.
    • United Way of Palm Beach (1/5) 2011-2012 Annual Awards Breakfast

    • United Way of Palm Beach County held its 2011-2012 Annual Meeting & Campaign Awards Breakfast at the West Palm Beach Marriott on June 21 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. This highly anticipated annual event was emceed by beloved NewsChannel 5 Meteorologist, Kait Parker and  highlighted several individuals’ personal stories about United Way funded programs that made a difference in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Awards were given to top workplace campaigns, donors, board members and volunteers who all helped make the 2011-12 year a success. Annual Meeting business  also took place, including the passing of the gavel from current Chairman of the Board, Art Menor, to incoming Chairman of the Board, Jay Shearouse. This event  offered an excellent opportunity to learn more about what United Way does for Palm Beach County, meet staff, as well as representatives from 40 local partner nonprofit organizations. Sponsors include Publix Super Markets, NextEra Energy, Inc., Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mutual of America.
    • United Way of Palm Beach (5/5) 2011-2012 Annual Awards Breakfast

    • United Way of Palm Beach County held its 2011-2012 Annual Meeting & Campaign Awards Breakfast at the West Palm Beach Marriott on June 21 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. This highly anticipated annual event was emceed by beloved NewsChannel 5 Meteorologist, Kait Parker and  highlighted several individuals’ personal stories about United Way funded programs that made a difference in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Awards were given to top workplace campaigns, donors, board members and volunteers who all helped make the 2011-12 year a success. Annual Meeting business  also took place, including the passing of the gavel from current Chairman of the Board, Art Menor, to incoming Chairman of the Board, Jay Shearouse. This event  offered an excellent opportunity to learn more about what United Way does for Palm Beach County, meet staff, as well as representatives from 40 local partner nonprofit organizations. Sponsors include Publix Super Markets, NextEra Energy, Inc., Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mutual of America.
    • United Way of Palm Beach (4/5) 2011-2012 Annual Awards Breakfast

    • United Way of Palm Beach County held its 2011-2012 Annual Meeting & Campaign Awards Breakfast at the West Palm Beach Marriott on June 21 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. This highly anticipated annual event was emceed by beloved NewsChannel 5 Meteorologist, Kait Parker and  highlighted several individuals’ personal stories about United Way funded programs that made a difference in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Awards were given to top workplace campaigns, donors, board members and volunteers who all helped make the 2011-12 year a success. Annual Meeting business  also took place, including the passing of the gavel from current Chairman of the Board, Art Menor, to incoming Chairman of the Board, Jay Shearouse. This event  offered an excellent opportunity to learn more about what United Way does for Palm Beach County, meet staff, as well as representatives from 40 local partner nonprofit organizations. Sponsors include Publix Super Markets, NextEra Energy, Inc., Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mutual of America.
    • United Way of Palm Beach (2/5) 2011-2012 Annual Awards Breakfast

    • United Way of Palm Beach County held its 2011-2012 Annual Meeting & Campaign Awards Breakfast at the West Palm Beach Marriott on June 21 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. This highly anticipated annual event was emceed by beloved NewsChannel 5 Meteorologist, Kait Parker and  highlighted several individuals’ personal stories about United Way funded programs that made a difference in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Awards were given to top workplace campaigns, donors, board members and volunteers who all helped make the 2011-12 year a success. Annual Meeting business  also took place, including the passing of the gavel from current Chairman of the Board, Art Menor, to incoming Chairman of the Board, Jay Shearouse. This event  offered an excellent opportunity to learn more about what United Way does for Palm Beach County, meet staff, as well as representatives from 40 local partner nonprofit organizations. Sponsors include Publix Super Markets, NextEra Energy, Inc., Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mutual of America.
    • United Way of Palm Beach (3/5) 2011-2012 Annual Awards Breakfast

    • United Way of Palm Beach County held its 2011-2012 Annual Meeting & Campaign Awards Breakfast at the West Palm Beach Marriott on June 21 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. This highly anticipated annual event was emceed by beloved NewsChannel 5 Meteorologist, Kait Parker and  highlighted several individuals’ personal stories about United Way funded programs that made a difference in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Awards were given to top workplace campaigns, donors, board members and volunteers who all helped make the 2011-12 year a success. Annual Meeting business  also took place, including the passing of the gavel from current Chairman of the Board, Art Menor, to incoming Chairman of the Board, Jay Shearouse. This event  offered an excellent opportunity to learn more about what United Way does for Palm Beach County, meet staff, as well as representatives from 40 local partner nonprofit organizations. Sponsors include Publix Super Markets, NextEra Energy, Inc., Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mutual of America.
    • Idea Expo (2/5) Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson

    • The IMPACT II Idea Expo and Teacher Conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011.The opening Plenary Session featured a welcome from Patricia Fernandez-Lefebrve (BankAtlantic), Linda Lecht, President of The Education Fund and Jennifer Hernandez (Ford Motor Company).The Keynote speakers, Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, discussed how educators played a role in their careers and their work together as co-authors of a series of children's books, a radical turn from their traditional genres.Continue watching video here
    • Idea Expo (5/5) Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson

    • The IMPACT II Idea Expo and Teacher Conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011.The opening Plenary Session featured a welcome from Patricia Fernandez-Lefebrve (BankAtlantic), Linda Lecht, President of The Education Fund and Jennifer Hernandez (Ford Motor Company).The Keynote speakers, Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, discussed how educators played a role in their careers and their work together as co-authors of a series of children's books, a radical turn from their traditional genres.
    • Idea Expo (4/5) Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson

    • The IMPACT II Idea Expo and Teacher Conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011.The opening Plenary Session featured a welcome from Patricia Fernandez-Lefebrve (BankAtlantic), Linda Lecht, President of The Education Fund and Jennifer Hernandez (Ford Motor Company).The Keynote speakers, Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, discussed how educators played a role in their careers and their work together as co-authors of a series of children's books, a radical turn from their traditional genres.Continue watching video here
    • Idea Expo (3/5) Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson

    • The IMPACT II Idea Expo and Teacher Conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011.The opening Plenary Session featured a welcome from Patricia Fernandez-Lefebrve (BankAtlantic), Linda Lecht, President of The Education Fund and Jennifer Hernandez (Ford Motor Company).The Keynote speakers, Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, discussed how educators played a role in their careers and their work together as co-authors of a series of children's books, a radical turn from their traditional genres.Continue watching video here
    • Idea Expo (1/5) Introductions

    • The IMPACT II Idea Expo and Teacher Conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Saturday, October 29, 2011.The opening Plenary Session featured a welcome from Patricia Fernandez-Lefebrve (BankAtlantic), Linda Lecht, President of The Education Fund and Jennifer Hernandez (Ford Motor Company).The Keynote speakers, Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, discussed how educators played a role in their careers and their work together as co-authors of a series of children's books, a radical turn from their traditional genres.Continue watching video here
    • Patrick Duddy 2/4 - Forum Club

    • Patrick Duddy, the man who was expelled as U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela by President Hugo Chavez amid claims of U.S. plans to overthrow him, will talk about his dicey time in Venezuela and why relations with the U.S. are so important. It’s not an easy job to be the person the United States sends to Venezuela to smooth things over and promote American interests in a country that provides the U.S. with 10 percent of its oil supply. Ambassador Duddy served under both the Bush and Obama administrations from 2007-2010 where he oversaw one of the most complex political, economic and public diplomacy portfolios in the Western Hemisphere. Ambassador Duddy is currently the Diplomat in Residence at Duke University and is one of the Department of State’s most senior Latin American specialists with broad experience in trade, energy, public affairs and crisis management.    Prior to his assignment in Venezuela, Duddy served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere.  In that capacity, he was directly responsible for the Office of Economic Policy and Summit Coordination, which included the hemispheric energy portfolio, as well as the Offices of Brazil/Southern Cone Affairs and of Caribbean Affairs.  He also played a lead role in coordinating U.S. support for the restoration of democracy in Haiti.
    • Patrick Duddy 3/4 - Forum Club

    • Patrick Duddy, the man who was expelled as U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela by President Hugo Chavez amid claims of U.S. plans to overthrow him, will talk about his dicey time in Venezuela and why relations with the U.S. are so important. It’s not an easy job to be the person the United States sends to Venezuela to smooth things over and promote American interests in a country that provides the U.S. with 10 percent of its oil supply. Ambassador Duddy served under both the Bush and Obama administrations from 2007-2010 where he oversaw one of the most complex political, economic and public diplomacy portfolios in the Western Hemisphere. Ambassador Duddy is currently the Diplomat in Residence at Duke University and is one of the Department of State’s most senior Latin American specialists with broad experience in trade, energy, public affairs and crisis management.    Prior to his assignment in Venezuela, Duddy served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere.  In that capacity, he was directly responsible for the Office of Economic Policy and Summit Coordination, which included the hemispheric energy portfolio, as well as the Offices of Brazil/Southern Cone Affairs and of Caribbean Affairs.  He also played a lead role in coordinating U.S. support for the restoration of democracy in Haiti.
    • Patrick Duddy 1/4 - Forum Club

    • Patrick Duddy, the man who was expelled as U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela by President Hugo Chavez amid claims of U.S. plans to overthrow him, will talk about his dicey time in Venezuela and why relations with the U.S. are so important. It’s not an easy job to be the person the United States sends to Venezuela to smooth things over and promote American interests in a country that provides the U.S. with 10 percent of its oil supply. Ambassador Duddy served under both the Bush and Obama administrations from 2007-2010 where he oversaw one of the most complex political, economic and public diplomacy portfolios in the Western Hemisphere. Ambassador Duddy is currently the Diplomat in Residence at Duke University and is one of the Department of State’s most senior Latin American specialists with broad experience in trade, energy, public affairs and crisis management.    Prior to his assignment in Venezuela, Duddy served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere.  In that capacity, he was directly responsible for the Office of Economic Policy and Summit Coordination, which included the hemispheric energy portfolio, as well as the Offices of Brazil/Southern Cone Affairs and of Caribbean Affairs.  He also played a lead role in coordinating U.S. support for the restoration of democracy in Haiti.
    • Patrick Duddy 4/4 - Forum Club

    • Patrick Duddy, the man who was expelled as U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela by President Hugo Chavez amid claims of U.S. plans to overthrow him, will talk about his dicey time in Venezuela and why relations with the U.S. are so important. It’s not an easy job to be the person the United States sends to Venezuela to smooth things over and promote American interests in a country that provides the U.S. with 10 percent of its oil supply. Ambassador Duddy served under both the Bush and Obama administrations from 2007-2010 where he oversaw one of the most complex political, economic and public diplomacy portfolios in the Western Hemisphere. Ambassador Duddy is currently the Diplomat in Residence at Duke University and is one of the Department of State’s most senior Latin American specialists with broad experience in trade, energy, public affairs and crisis management.    Prior to his assignment in Venezuela, Duddy served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere.  In that capacity, he was directly responsible for the Office of Economic Policy and Summit Coordination, which included the hemispheric energy portfolio, as well as the Offices of Brazil/Southern Cone Affairs and of Caribbean Affairs.  He also played a lead role in coordinating U.S. support for the restoration of democracy in Haiti.

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