Women's History Month: Dr. Graylyn Swilley Woods Works Hard To Overcome Digital Divide For Overtown StudentsWhen schools switched to remote learning during the pandemic, some students in underserved communities fell behind because they didn't have the tools to learn online.
Women's History Month: 'Mother Of Miami' Julia Tuttle Remains Only Woman To Found Major U.S. CityIn honor of Women’s History Month, a look at Julia Tuttle, known as the “mother of Miami.”
Women’s History Month: From Ballet To Biology, Meet BSO’s First Female Crime Lab DirectorFrom ballerina to biology and forensic science, Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab Director Claudine Carter Pereira is the first female Crime Lab director at BSO and the first and only Black Crime Lab director in Florida.
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.