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Miami, FL 33126

                   Voice: (305) 269-6767

                   Fax: (305) 269-6722


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A Message From The President and CEO

As President and CEO of ASPIRA of Florida, Inc., I embrace the opportunity of serving this organization, to which I am deeply committed. The success of ASPIRA is due to the sum of the efforts of the elite staff and volunteers that drive this great organization. We must acknowledge our strengths and the challenges ahead that will be achieved with hard work, dedication and the collective character of our cultural heritage.

We are passionately focusing on diversifying and further enriching our Youth Leadership Development Program in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Through creative dissemination strategies, we are refining our approach to ensure that quality resources are available so that at-risk youth may pursue completion of their educational development. Our goal is to increase the number of children we are serving and enhance awareness of our organization.

As we look ahead, we will be presented with many new and exciting opportunities for organizational growth and impact. I am confident our best years are ahead of us, and together, we will continue to make ASPIRA a successful organization devoted to providing an unshakeable educational foundation for youth in our community. I encourage you to gather your collective resources and join me on this Youth Leadership Development journey.



Miream Sierra, MBA

President and CEO


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