November 2018 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
USF President Judy Genshaft retires next year after leading the school to 'pre-eminent' status.
Lorie Fridell parlays her academic expertise into a thriving business coaching police officers in bias awareness
Kathleen Plinske takes over as the No. 2 administrator at Valencia College
Women are playing a crucial role in fostering Miami's entrepreneurial growth.
Starting in rented space, Sue Ellen Beryl has operated as succesful theater group for nearly 20 years..
Navy Federal's Debbie Calder leads Northwest Floirda's largest private employer.
Cindy Watson's JASMYN provides aid to more than 600 each year.
A Focus on Women
A big part of this issue focuses on women in leadership positions all across Florida — from Pensacola to Miami.
“We have 616 babies born in Florida every day and not one of them is a Republican or Democrat.”
Solar, in Context
Our fascination with "green" shouldn't delude us.
Across the state, a handful of developers are reshaping skylines.
As the economy has recovered, affordable housing is again an issue in many parts of Florida.
Timeshare companies and secondary resellers blame each other for rising default rates.
Around the State
A young entrepreneur's website brings affordable travel options to South America.
A New Approach to Dry Cleaning
A safer solvent and 24/7 service.
Step in the Right Direction
A Naples company opens doors for those who use walkers
Setting the Pace
Disney raises wages to $15 an hour.
Jacksonville's zoo goes out on a limb with its new exhibit.
Pensacola police are working with the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition on a drone program.
Heads He Wins, Tails He Wins
It's uncertain whether Gov. Scott will get to appoint 3 replacement state Supreme Court justices. What's certain is he's already had a hand in who'll be picked.
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