Miami Soup’s Carl Hildebrand

As founder and director of MIAMI SOUP, Carl Hildebrand secured funding from the Knight Foundation in order to award micro-grants for social innovation projects. Carl brought to Miami this unique international funding model which is a non-bureaucratic format for the implementation of change at the local level.  Launched on May 1st, 2014 in Soya & Pomodoro’s historic Great Hall, the

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Jorge Cortes, Momentum in Miami

We met up with Jorge Cortes, this Colombian American entrepreneur is on a mission. From his work with the free trade agreement between Colombia and USA to now building Momentum International, focused on fostering innovation and social entrepreneurship among younger generations in South Florida and Latin America. Jorge’s passion for prosperous ideas for solutions is evident across everything he is creating. Our City

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Fabiola Fleuranvil, New Leaders Taskforce

Fabiola Fleuranvil Miami raised, Tallahassee educated, Atlanta sharpened, and back in Miami using her social, business, and political capital to do good for something bigger than herself. Why create in Miami? Fabiola Fleuranvil: Miami is open and we’re at the cusp of breaking major ground in entrepreneurship and technology. Yes, other cities are progressive but it’s saturated, highly competitive, and

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