Miami Proud: Miami Northwestern High Senior Stephanie Seraphin Nominated For Silver Knight AwardLauren Pastrana says Stephanie Seraphin is dually enrolled in the associate in arts program at Miami Dade College, taking advanced placement classes, a poet ambassador, a volunteer for both Achieve and Breakthrough organizations, and also a groundbreaking Silver Knight Award nominee.
Miami Proud: Baptist Health CEO Brian Keeley RetiringEliott Rodriguez says in his 50 years as CEO, Brian Keely has quite a legacy in the healthcare industry.
Miami Proud: Non-Profit HANDY Is Source Of Stability, Social Change For KidsEliott Rodriguez says the organization is for Broward County children removed from their parents who are either being raised by relatives or are in foster care.
Miami Proud: Roger DeHart Bringing Awareness To Human Trafficking One Step At A TimeBrooke Shafer reports DeHart was moved to raise awareness for this cause, he started by speaking to schools and churches.
Miami Proud: Zoo Miami Conservation Efforts Lead Way To Bring Flamingo Populations Back To FloridaConservation team at Zoo Miami is working on bringing back wild Flamingo population to Florida.
Miami Proud: Driftwood Middle School Band Teacher Inspires Others With His Dedication and SuccessPaul Morton has been referred to as a magician of sorts for his dedication and success in molding beginners of many instruments into accomplished musicians.
Miami Proud: 'Box Joy' Special Deliveries Address Mental HealthLauren Pastrana reports Box Joy is the brainchild of the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation.
Weston Teen's Business Combines Fashion And Philanthropy In This Week's Miami ProudCombining fashion sense with philanthropy, a Weston teenager has started a business that rings true to her spirit.
Miami Proud Shines Spotlight On The NWBA and South Florida’s Wheelchair Basketball TeamThere is the NBA, the WNBA and there is also the NWBA, the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, one of the oldest disabled sports organizations in the world and it's the focus of this week's Miami Proud
Miami Proud: Miami Northwestern High Senior Stephanie Seraphin, Nominated For Silver Knight Award, Is A Published PoetSilver Knight nominee Stephanie Seraphin wrote "The Life Cycle of a Star."
Miami Proud: Baptist Health CEO Brian Keeley To Retire & Take On New RoleBaptist Health President and CEO Brian Keeley recalled the year 1969 when he took a job as an administrative resident at the original Baptist Hospital on Kendall Drive.
Miami Proud: Teens At Broward Nonprofit 'Handy' Perform In Music Video For Creative TherapyTiara Williams is a soft-spoken 17-year-old, but when a chance came to write lyrics and record them in a music video, she didn’t miss a beat.
Miami Proud: Celebrating Earth Day - Zoo Miami Butterfly Conservation Underway In WWII Era BunkerTucked away at Zoo Miami in an area not open to guests is a unique structure.
Miami Proud: Students With Disabilities Find 'Rich Environment, Safe Haven' At Miami Learning Experience SchoolThe Miami Learning Experience School, located in Southwest Miami-Dade has been a safe space for children and adults with developmental disabilities since 1977.
Miami Proud: For Veteran BSO Bailiff Roger Dehart, It's All About Helping The Most VulnerableWhen faced with major societal problems some people are daunted by how they can make a difference, but not Roger DeHart, as he saw a way to get involved and raise awareness.
Miami Proud: Miami's Brittany L. Smith Shines In Hit Netflix Series Sweet MagnoliasBrittany L. Smith had another plan in mind for her future while attending Coral Reef High School in southwest Miami-Dade. The class of 2006 graduate was in the magnet school’s political and criminal justice track.
Miami Proud: For Broward Teacher Of The Year, Seema Naik, 'The Real Reward Is Each Day On The Job'A classroom of fourth-graders at Eagle Ridge Elementary is signing a song about the Little Dipper and the Big Dipper, and teacher Seema Naik often writes songs to help students remember lessons.
Miami Proud: Miami-Dade Teacher Of The Year Unethia Fox Is Inspiring Educator, Role ModelUnethia Fox has been teaching special education math and coaching volleyball and basketball at the South Miami High School for nearly two decades, and her dedication to her students is remarkable as is her personal story, putting family first in the toughest of times.