Women’s History Month Spotlight: Overtown Youth Center Executive Director Tina BrownThanks to Tina Brown, the Overtown Youth Center has been an integral part of the community by providing different programs to inner-city youth.
Women’s History Month Spotlight: District 8 Commissioner Danielle Cohen HigginsThe commissioner, a political newcomer of Jamaican ancestry, beat out a string of veterans for the appointment to the commission seat vacated by Daniella Levine Cava when she became the first female mayor of Miami-Dade County last November.
Women's History Month Spotlight: Delma Noel-Pratt, First Female Police Chief In Miami Gardens, Proud To Clear Path For OthersCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez shares her story.
Shattering The Glass Ceiling: Marlins' GM Kim Ng Ready To Take Things To The Next LevelWhen the Miami Marlins announced Kim Ng, 52, as their new general manager last November, it wasn’t just big news here in South Florida.
Women's History Month: Miami Police Commander Nerly Papier Shares Her Secrets To SuccessMarybel Rodriguez reports Miami Police Commander Nerly Papier's never give up attitude propelled her to where she is today.
Women's History Month: Kayla Slovenec Breaking Barriers As Assistant Coach For St. Thomas University Men's Basketball TeamCBS4's Mike Cugno shares Slovenec's barrier-breaking story.
Women's History Month Spotlight: Two Women Shining In South Florida's Construction IndustryCBS4's Lauren Pastrana has more on the women shattering the glass ceiling in our community.
Women's History Month: American Airlines All Female Crew On Miami To Dallas FlightOn International Women's Day American Airlines had an all female crew, on the ground and on the plane, for a flight from Miami to Dallas.
Miami Dolphins Host Panel For International Women's DayThe theme of the discussion was "Claiming Her Space."
Women's History Month: From The White House To Miami-Dade County Hall, Women Are Making HistoryLauren Pastrana reports two months before Kamala Harris took the oath of office as the first female Vice President of the United States, Daniella Levine Cava was sworn in as the first woman to serve as mayor of Miami-Dade County.
Pandemic Turns Life Upside Down For Many Working WomenThe coronavirus pandemic has affected many women in the workforce.
Women's History Month Spotlight: Miami Dade College President Madeline Pumariega Shattered Glass CeilingLauren Pastrana reports Madeline Pumariega is calling 2021 "The Year of the Woman."
Women’s History Month: Overtown Youth Center Executive Director Tina Brown Has Spent Last 16 Years Making Sure It Keeps Kids Off StreetsTina Brown, the Overtown Youth Center's executive director, has spent the last 16 years making sure the center keeps kids off the streets and out of trouble.
Women’s History Month Spotlight: District 8 Commissioner Danielle Cohen HigginsDistrict 8 Commissioner Danielle Cohen Higgins, a political newcomer of Jamaican ancestry, beat out a string of veterans for the appointment to the commission seat vacated by Daniella Levine Cava when she became the first female mayor of Miami-Dade County last November.
Women's History Month: 'I Always Had To Be 110%': First Female Police Chief In Miami Gardens Proud To Clear Path For OthersCBS4 continues celebrating Women's History Month throughout the month of March by shining a spotlight on women shattering the glass ceiling in our community, including the top cop in Miami Gardens, Chief Delma Noel-Pratt.
Women's History Month: Miami Police Commander Nerly Papier Said Secret To Her Success In Balance And SupportThroughout the month of March, CBS4 is shining a spotlight on women who have shattered the glass ceiling in our community.
Women's History Month: Kayla Slovenec Breaking Barriers As Assistant Coach For St. Thomas University Men's Basketball TeamKayla Slovenec joined St. Thomas University's men's program as a graduate assistant last season, becoming one of the few female coaches in the sport.
Brook Gotschall Becomes First Woman To Complete BSO’s SWAT SchoolOfficer Brook Gotschall of the Pembroke Pines Police Department has become the first woman to complete BSO’s SWAT school.
Lawyers In Their Own Countries, Two Women Shine In South Florida's Construction IndustryThis week is "Women in Construction Week," a time to recognize the roughly one million women employed throughout the construction industry in the US.
Historic First: Pamela McDonald Leads Doral Academy's Boys Soccer Team To Victory At State ChampionshipFor the first time in the 44-year history of the Florida High School Athletic Association, a woman has coached a boys' high school soccer team to win the state championship.
Women Making History From Miami-Dade County Hall To The White HouseMarch is Women's History Month, but history is currently being made from County Hall in Miami-Dade to the halls of the White House.
LinkedIn Survey: Working Women Lives Have Turned 'Upside Down' Due To Coronavirus PandemicMore than 67 million women are currently employed in the U.S. For many of them, the pandemic has turned life upside down.
Mark Your Calendars! Celebrate Women’s History Month With Several Events Across South FloridaDuring the entire month of March, we celebrate Women's History Month by honoring the amazing women in our lives and those who have had a positive impact on society with several events across South Florida.
Madeline Pumariega, At The Helm Of Miami-Dade College, Calls 2021 'The Year Of The Woman'Madeline Pumariega is now at the helm of the college she attended as a student-athlete, where over the course of 20 years, she went from basketball player to the President of the Wolfson Campus.