Alfredo J. Gonzalez is a shareholder and accomplished land-tract attorney with the law firm GreenbergTraurig in Miami. Mr. Gonzalez's practice focuses on the areas of local government law, particularly land use, zoning, code issues, procurement and development.

He represents major corporations and developers in securing government approvals for a variety of ventures, from large-scale residential and commercial projects such as the W South Beach Hotel to single-family projects and historic building restorations. He also represents clients on entertainment venues regarding special permit approvals.

Prior to joining GreenbergTraurig, Mr. Gonzalez worked in Miami-Dade County government for more than 10 years, including serving as chief of policy for Miami-Dade County Commissioner Bruno A. Barreiro. Mr. Gonzalez serves on numerous boards, including the Executive Committee of the Beacon Council, the Board of Governors for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; and the Board of Trustees for the Historical Museum of South Florida.

During his time as an undergraduate student at Barry, Mr. Gonzalez played an active role on campus, which included speaker of the house and senior class vice president in the Student Government Association. He earned a dual bachelor's degree in history and political science in 1988 from Barry University.