Mr. Gabriel Groisman

Gabriel Groisman is an accomplished lawyer, writer, speaker, and the Mayor of Bal Harbour, Florida.  Groisman has served as Mayor of Bal Harbour since November 2016, and previously served as a Councilman.  Mayor Groisman wrote and passed the nation’s first municipal anti-boycott ordinance in December 2015, and was the first in the nation to codify a uniform definition of anti-Semitism in December 2017. Mayor Groisman is a sought after speaker, having presented at the UN Conference Against BDS, the Italian Parliament’s Conference on Anti-Semitism, the Israeli Knesset, and at national conferences for numerous organizations.  Mayor Groisman is also a regular analyst on Middle East issues on Spanish language television and radio. In his private life, Groisman is the founder of Groisman Law, PLLC a boutique law firm, where he focuses on trademark law and business disputes​. ​He​ ​and​ ​his​ ​wife​ ​Lisa​ together ​raise​ ​their​ ​four​ ​beautiful​ ​daughters.

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Ms. Katherine Fernandez Rundle

Katherine Fernandez Rundle is Miami-Dade County’s and Florida’s first Cuban-American State Attorney, having been re-elected seven times since 1993. She leads the fourth largest district attorney’s office in the nation with over 1,200 employees.

She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Miami and both her Masters degree in Criminology and law degree from the University of Cambridge Law School in England.

Kathy is often considered a prosecutorial innovator for her many ground-breaking accomplishments including Florida’s first domestic violence unit, misdemeanor domestic violence court, Dade’s nationally recognized “Drug Court” program, protecting the rights of children with her strict child support enforcement program, bringing to the community services and crime prevention assistance via her Community Outreach Division and her efforts to pioneer the fight against the sex trafficking of our children. Her Human Trafficking Task Force is a cooperative multi-agency law enforcement effort to arrest and prosecute those individuals who prey on our kids while finding ways to save and rehabilitate those children and youth who have been victimized.

She believes in sharing her time, influence, and resources with her community that she is passionate about. She is a founding member and Vice-President of Women of Tomorrow and is also very active in important organizations such as Amigos for Kids, 5000 Role Models, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), and numerous others. She is an appointee on the Statewide Human Trafficking Council, the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Council, and is a member of Prosecutors Against Gun Violence, the national group formed to address the issue of gun violence in the United States.

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