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Displaying Results for County: Miami-Dade

Office Address

2200 BISCAYNE BLVD
MIAMI, FL 33137
http://www.utd.org
Main Phone:
(305) 854-0220
Officers
PRESIDENT
KARLA MATS
 
PRESIDENT (Retired)
PHYLLIS COMPTON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (1st Vice-President)
ANTONIO WHITE
 
SECRETARY-TREASURER
MINDY GRIMES FESTGE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
INGRID ROBLEDO
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
PATRENIA WASHINGTON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (At Large)
PRECIOUS SYMONETTE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
MARCELA STEWART
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
KHALIFA STANFORD
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
JEIMY SOLIS
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
SANFORD SIMON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
SHARON WILLIAMS
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
SETH PATTERSON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
WILDREDE JACQUES
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
JOY JACKSON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
MONICA HOWELL
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
CASSANDRA HOLMES
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
ANGELA GONZALEZ
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
BRIAN FIRTELL
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
CHARLES CARR
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
BEVERLEY DOWELL
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
VALARIE JOHNSON

Staff
CHIEF OF STAFF
MICHAEL MOLNAR
 
DIRECTOR (Member Advocacy)
JOE MINOR
 
DIRECTOR (Finance & Operations)
KRISTI ALGER
 
DIRECTOR (Communications)
JASON JOSEPH
 
DIRECTOR (Organizing)
JEFFREY COACHMAN
 
WEBMASTER/PUBLIC RELATIONS
DONNA POWELL
 
SPECIALIST
ALEXANDRA ROSA
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
DAVID PACK
 
ADVISOR
ANA PUNAL
 
ORGANIZER
CARIDAD PUPO
 
ORGANIZER
ANGELA COLEY
 
ASSISTANT (Personnel & Accounting)
BRENDA SHERMAN
 
ORGANIZER
SHAWNYELL TUMBLING
 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
CANDI WINKLER
 
ASSISTANT (Communications)
YADIRA ZERON
 
RECEPTIONIST
EDWARD ATKINS
 
ORGANIZER
VALDA MCKINNEY
 
ORGANIZER
EARL NIXON
 
ORGANIZER
BRAULIO CARRASCO
 
ASSISTANT (Information Technology)
VICTOR MARTINEZ
 
ORGANIZER
BRIAN MARSHALL
 
EVENT COORDINATOR/COMMUNITY
ELSA LOPEZ
 
ORGANIZER
RACHEL HOWARD
 
ORGANIZER
JOYCE HARDEN
 
ADVISOR
DINA GEORGE
 
ORGANIZER
PATRICIA FULLWOOD
 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
CARMEN ESQUIJAROSA
 
ASSISTANT (Information Technology)
KEVIN ENCISO
 
ASSISTANT (Professional Development)
GRUSELDA DOWE
 
ASSISTANT (Professional Development)
CHOICEY DE LA CRUZ
 
SPECIALIST (Professional Standards)
HIRALDA CRUZ-RICOT
 
ORGANIZER
ENRIQUE BALOYRA
 
ADVISOR
CACILIE ARMENTEROS
 
ORGANIZER
JUDE BRUNO

Office Address

11420 N. KENDALL DRIVE SUITE 107
MIAMI, FL 33176
www.ufmdc.org
Main Phone:
(305) 279-0021
Officers
PRESIDENT
ELIZABETH RAMSAY
 
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT
SUSAN EPSTEIN
 
SECRETARY
A J KREIDER
 
TREASURER
ELIZABETH NICOLI-SUCO
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
JENNIFER BASILE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
SARAH GARMAN
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
LOMER PIERRE-PHILIPPE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
LISA SHAW-BERMAN

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