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Houston R. Cypress of the Otter Clan, one of the families of the Miccosukee Tribe and co-founder of Love The Everglades Movement, is rising to the occasion and sharing his narrative of the Everglades.
The Maven Leadership Collective, a leadership development institute for queer people of color and their allies focuses on closing the technical skills gap of social impact organizations. The organization is the brainchild of Corey Davis and Daniel Anzueto.
Maven inspires these young, emerging leaders to thrive by embracing diversity and inclusion, transformational learning, creating lasting connections that lead to amplifying their stories through their dynamic networks.
Brielle Roundtree, the founder of Bridging The Gap, prides herself in finding impactful and thought-provoking literature that sparks introspection and riveting conversations among queer and trans youth of color on a biweekly basis.
Miami Homes For All has a straightforward message: everyone deserves a home that is safe, stable, and affordable.
They work tirelessly to prevent and end homelessness in Miami-Dade County, and Audrey Arandas is the assistant director of programs at Miami Homes For All.