Home Building for a Cause
Non-profit Techo allows builders here to tackle poverty in Latin America
- Albert E. Dotson Jr. succeeded John Sumberg as managing partner of law firm Bilzin Sumberg. Sumberg is now the firm’s chairman.
- The University of Miami made Edward Abraham CEO and vice president for health affairs of its UHealth system; Abraham, who had filled those positions on an interim basis, since September, is also dean and chief academic officer of UM’s Miller School of Medicine.
- The non-profit John S. and James L. Knight Foundation hired Raul Moas as its new Miami program director. Moas had been managing director of Miami-based angel investing group Accelerated Growth Partner. Previous director Matt Haggman resigned to run for Congress.
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami promoted Gale Nelson to CEO from executive vice president; he replaced Lydia Muniz, who became chief executive emeritus.
- United Way of the Florida Keys hired Leah Stockton as president and CEO, replacing Kate Bauer- Jones, who resigned after Hurricane Irma significantly damaged her home. Stockton had been program coordinator and community liaison for the Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition.
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