Col. Brodes H. Hartley, Jr.

Chamber South members welcomed newly elected Miami-Dade County District 8 Commissioner Daniela Levine-Cava at its October General Membership Breakfast.  She has been an active member of Chamber South and involved in the county’s social-services network for many years.  Levine Cava received significant backing from the Democratic Party and labor unions in her win over conservative incumbent Lynda Bell.   At the breakfast Levine Cava spoke of her first days after election and transition into her new role and about her plans for the next six months as Commissioner.

Pictured presenting the breakfast sponsor and speaker with framed Chamber South Art Festival posters are: Carmen Baker, Co-Chair, Governmental Affairs Committee, Col. Hartley, Chamber South Chairman Kent Crook, the Commissioner, Dennis Deblois, Co-Chair, Governmental Affairs Committee, and Chamber President Mary Scott Russell.

The breakfast was sponsored by CHI (Community Health of South Florida, Inc.).  President & CEO Col. Brodes H. Hartley, Jr. spoke to the members of CHI’s services in the community, providing affordable quality primary and behavioral health care services to the  residents of rapidly growing South Florida.  Accredited by the Joint Commission, CHI operates 10 state-of-the-art primary care centers and 42 school-based programs. CHI offers a “one-stop-shop” model where the organization and  delivery of quality services are seamless, affordable, accessible and culturally sensitive

Chamber South holds its General Membership Breakfast each month at the Miami Dadeland Marriott.
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