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Nominate a Deserving Individual for Recognition in the Upcoming ICABA Salute to South Florida’s Most Accomplished Caribbean Americans

SOUTH FLORIDA – On June 29, 2012, ICABA will Salute South Florida’s 100 Most Accomplished Caribbean Americans. They will celebrate the accomplishments of Caribbean Americans from a broad cross-section of professional categories including: Healthcare, Law, Entrepreneurs, Corporate Executives, Academia, Education, Community Leaders, Sports, Arts, Media and Entertainment. The recognition will be

“We are excited about this project and we are dedicated to achieving the following”, says CEO of ICABA, Jerome Hutchinson:

• Raise the awareness of the accomplishments of South Florida’s Caribbean Americans and the valuable contributions made;

• Create an archival print resource that documents outstanding Caribbean American men and women of accomplishment;

• Utilize ICABAworld.com social network to connect Caribbean Americans, African Americans and all black professionals throughout the world to activate relationships, sharing of information and opportunities.

On February 15th, ICABA held a Press Conference/Reception hosted at Bank Atlantic’s corporate headquarters that was attended by over 100 leaders from South Florida.

One of the ways ICABA will identify individuals deserving of this recognition is public nominations on their website, www.icabaworld.com

Nominations are free and easy, and there is no fee to be included in the profile directory.

Nominate a deserving individual as the nominations deadline is March 30, 2012.

The following South Florida leaders have lent their support and endorsement to the ICABA Salute as Co-Chairs:

Co-Chair (Miami-Dade County)
Miguel Southwell, (Antigua), Deputy Director of Business, Miami International Airport

Co-Chair (Broward County)
Dr. Germaine Smith-Baugh, (Virgin Islands), President/CEO, Urban League of Broward County

Co-Chair (Palm Beach County)
Carlton “Ricky” Wade, (Jamaica), Entrepreneur/Civic Leader

Foreword Writer
Marlon A. Hill, (Jamaica), Attorney and Civic Leader

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