Meet Yvette A. Aleman, a Hispanic Woman of Distinction
In 2006, Yvette was appointed by Governor Jeb Bush to the Board of Directors of The Children’s Trust in Miami-Dade County for a four year term and remained two additional years under Governor Charlie Crist and Governor Rick Scott. In 2006, as a founding Board Member of the City of South Miami’s Free Children’s Clinic, Yvette worked towards the realization of a much needed charitable organization that provides free healthcare to uninsured children in the community. During that time, she graduated from Leadership Florida (LF Class XXIV), and immediately thereafter became Chair of the Southeast Regional Council of Advisors. From 2008 to 2010, she served on Leadership Florida’s Statewide Board of Directors.
Yvette will be honored as a Hispanic Woman of Distinction at anticipated sell-out luncheon set for August 14, 2015 at the Signature Grand in Davie, Florida along with 12 other Latinas from Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties. The 14tth annual Hispanic Women of Distinction charity event is presented by Latina Style Magazine in partnership with Bank of America, Univision Networks and Latin Business Today. Yvette is a single mother of three boys ages Jake 10, Jamie 14 and Johnnie 17 years old. For more information here.
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