November 2019 Contents

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FEATURES

Women in Leadership

Power Steering

Power Steering

As COO, Cheryl Miller helped AutoNation survive the recession. She’s now CEO of the company, the state’s fifth largest.

More Florida Women Leaders

Including Kathryn Marinello at Hertz, Kay Stephenson at DataMaxx and Michele Alexandre at Stetson University's College of Law.

Water Pollution
Pollutant Enemy No. 1

Florida isn’t paying enough attention to the role of septic tanks in fueling algal blooms throughout Florida.

Ransomware
Your Money or Your Data

A rash of ransomware attacks in Florida highlights what companies need to know about cyber-security and protecting themselves from extortionist hackers.

Margaritaville
Changes in Latitude

For 30 years, Minto stuck to projects in Southeast Florida. Then came an introduction to the executives at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville.

Community Portrait

Sponsored
South Florida - Florida's International Economy

It's not just Miami that's thriving as a global destination for business, trade, travel and tourism along Florida's Gold Coast.

Trendlines

Up Front
Learning and Leading

Publisher David Denor is honored to be partcipating in this year's Leadership Florida Class No. 38.

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Maryann Gonzalez

"We don't want people to pity us. We want people to accept us."

Editor's Page
Heavy Lifting

Lift Orlando put forth a real effort to break the cycle of generational poverty.

Green Development

Green Development

Going Solar

Gulf Power is building its first solely owned solar plant in Jackson County near the small farming community of Jacob City.

The Making of an Urban Trail

Part of the Emerald Trail will wind along an elevated roadway in Jacksonville.

Changes at Babcock Ranch

Al Dougherty takes on the additional role of COO at Babcock Ranch.

Saltwater Concrete

FDOT is using Seacon concrete to build the Halls River Bridge in Citrus County.

Getting the Green Light

Chris Castro oversees Mayor Buddy Dyer’s vision to make Orlando one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the US.

Around the State

MiamI-DADE
A Win Against Ebola

An experimental antibody is helping turn Ebola into a treatable disease.

Southeast
Going Deep

Civil submarine maker Triton Submarines reached a milestone this year.

Southwest
OK Coral

The Florida Aquarium reproduces coral in a lab.

Central
A Health Care Lesson

Osceola County's school district signs on to RosenCare.

Northeast
Code Makers

UNF has teamed up with Fullstack Academy to start a coding program.

Northwest
Lightning Alert

The WeatherSTEM app helps coaches and trainers decide when to move indoors.

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