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South Florida Caribbean News | YWCA South Florida Receives Workforce Development Grant from Google.org

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

$90,000 grant will help fund the organization’s YWeb Career Academy, which will provide career resources and help employ nearly 270 South Florida women in the technology industry SOUTH FLORIDA – YWCA South Florida is pleased to announce it has received a $90,000 grant to implement the YWeb Career Academy for the South Florida community as part of Google.org’s $5… Continue Reading South Florida Caribbean News | YWCA South Florida Receives Workforce Development Grant from Google.org

WLRN | Political Analyst On Florida’s Primary, Race Equity Challenge, Bookstore Owner On Black Literature

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

On this Tuesday, August 11, episode of Sundial: Political Analyst on Florida’s Primary Elections Florida’s primary election is next Tuesday. Due to the pandemic, rallies, door-to-door canvassing, and in-person campaigning strategies have become obsolete. Supervisors of Elections have been preparing for months as a historic number of voters have opted for vote-by-mail ballots. VIEW FULL… Continue Reading WLRN | Political Analyst On Florida’s Primary, Race Equity Challenge, Bookstore Owner On Black Literature

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YWCA South Florida Announces New Board of Directors for 2020-2021

Saturday, July 25, 2020

MIAMI – YWCA South Florida is pleased to announce its 2020-2021 Board of Directors and Board Members today, including its first-ever male board member, Glenn C. Davis, CPA. Davis is a senior advisor at Kaufman Rossin and a director in the firm’s risk advisory services department and will be serving on the organization’s Finance Committee. Kelly-Ann Cartwright… Continue Reading YWCA South Florida Announces New Board of Directors for 2020-2021

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Miami Herald | How CEOs are dealing with a renewed surge in COVID-19

Friday, July 17, 2020

YWCA South Florida, like most organizations, feels more prepared for the second surge than the first. We have PPE, trained staff, policies and remote capacity. We are following guidelines and best practices provided by the CDC, Miami-Dade County and the state to keep our services and programs running as our working families need us most… Continue Reading Miami Herald | How CEOs are dealing with a renewed surge in COVID-19