Robin Reiter

Executive Leadership Forum

The Executive Leadership Forum was created to serve as a venue for sharing practical business knowledge. Select leaders from the business community are invited to engage in a dialogue regarding their perspectives on leadership and the everyday challenges they face.

The topic for discussion is: “Keeping your values; Integrity as a guidepost to success

Thursday, February 6, 2014
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Andreas Hall Room 111
Barry University (Driving Directions / Parking Map)

Space is limited. Please RSVP to the School of Business at business@barry.edu.

Biography

Robin Reiter-Faragali
Founder
Reiter & Associates, LLC

Robin Reiter-Faragali is the Founder of Reiter & Associates, an active consulting practice in the areas of corporate philanthropy and family foundations and inter-generational issues. Her corporate focus is helping to strategically position corporations in the community and helping to establish corporate foundations/giving programs. Her work with family and private foundations includes the formation of foundations, governance and stewardship issues, identifying priorities, reviewing proposed contributions and organizations, identifying and recommending charitable organizations, and engaging younger family members in the art of charitable giving and civic involvement.

Prior to establishing her consulting firm, Robin served as President of Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation, an $85+ million endowed Foundation, and was responsible for directing all of the development and programmatic activities of the Foundation in support of Miami Children’s Hospital.

A veteran in the industry, she has served as Vice President of Human Resources for The Miami Herald Publishing Company, Senior Vice President and Executive Director of BankAtlantic Foundation,  and Vice President of Corporate Community Involvement and Executive Director of the Southeast Banking Corporation Foundation.

In addition to her corporate experience, she has also served as an independent consultant in the areas of philanthropy, community and economic development, and political and civil affairs.  Her clients included universities, corporations, foundations, and public agencies in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Born and raised in Miami, she has a special bond with the community and is actively involved in the county’s development efforts. In March 2013, she  was asked to step in as the Interim President of the Beacon Council, Miami-Dade’s economic development partnership, to help facilitate a search as well as manage the organization until a new President was identified. In addition to her recent involvements, she has served as a member of the Public Health Trust, which governs the Jackson Health System, the founding Chairman of Miami-Dade County’s Citizen Oversight Committee for the $2.9 billion capital improvement bond program, Past-Chairman of The Beacon Council, Governor’s Committee on Base Realignment and Closures, Chairman of the Miami City Club, Board member of the I.C.W.I. Group Foundation in Jamaica, Chair of Peacock Foundation Inc, Past- President of the 200 Club of Greater Miami, and many others.

A thought leader with more than 25 years in the industry, she has been invited to speak and participate in panels for many organizations, including Yale University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, The Conference Board, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Council on Foundations, and the Business Committee for the Arts.  She has authored articles for The Miami Herald, The Contributions Handbook, Foundation News and New Society in Great Britain, and has served as a member of the Board of Contributors of The Miami Herald where she contributed articles that impacted the not-for-profit sector.

Robin is a graduate of Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has an Honorary Doctorate of Law Degree for her service to the community from Barry University.

To learn more about Robin Reiter & Associates, LLC, visit: www.reiterandassociates.net.

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