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2017 Honorees

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Christina Getty | The Philanthropist

Dedicated to the support of young artists, Christina Getty is a recognized investor, philanthropist and active board member of the Bass Museum. Born in South Africa, Christina helps to manage family real estate assets, including the conservancy of over nine million acres of African nature preserves. 

She was also a key contributor to the development of Miami Children's Hospital's "Diamond Society" and actively supported the launch of Miami Children's Midtown location. Additionally, she has recently begun to support the mission of the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind.

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Eva Hughes | The Influencer

As CEO of Condé Nast for Mexico and Latin America, Eva oversees a cadre of influential international publications including Architectural DigestGlamour, GQ, Vanity Fair and Vogue across twelve countries. She manages a team of over 200, fostering Condé Nast's vision and values.

Her devotion to Mexican-based cultural and social causes includes fundraising for the 2012 exhibition Las Apariencias Engaoan: Los Vestidos de Frida Kahlo, the 2014 Museo de Artes Populares book Identidad Mexicana: Vochol promoting Mexican folk, art as well as ongoing support of Grupo Habita's annual art auction to raise funds for cancer treatment organizations ChildFund Mexico and Duerme Tranquilo.

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Kathryn Mikesell | The ARTIST

In 2008, Kathryn founded The Fountainhead Residency, a first-of-its-kind artist's residency program in the heart of Miami's burgeoning art scene. Each year The Fountainhead Residency brings 30 to 40 artists to live and work in Miami and to date, has hosted over 300 artists from more than 36 countries.   

Committed to enriching the lives of artists, she launched Your Fountainhead in 2014, providing art advisory services, curatorial programs and uniquely original creative experiences.

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MEG DAly | The Pioneer

Meg Daly is Founder and President of Friends of The Underline, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization leading the initiative to transform the underutilized land below Miami’s MetroRail into a 10-mile, urban trail and linear park. 

A thirty-year sales and marketing veteran, Meg owned First Media Direct, a breakthrough target marketing company catering to the broadcast television industry.

For her love of community and desire to serve others, she was named a 2014 Angel by the Miami Herald. 

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Yolanda BErkowitz | The activist

Cuban-born Yolanda Berkowitz has dedicated over twenty years volunteering for the Guardian Ad Litem Program and Voices for Children Foundation, two Miami-based organizations that directly advocate for abused, abandoned and neglected children in dependency proceedings. 

Additionally she is a current board member of United Way Miami-Dade and the founder of Friends of Miami Animals Foundation, a non-profit working to change the face of Miami's animal welfare community by supporting the needs of its open admission shelter system.