Michael C. Marsh, J.D. (Chairman)
Mr. Marsh is a partner at Akerman Senterfit and concentrates his practice in commercial lawsuits, including securities and other class action defense, counting fraud, Ponzi schemes, D&O liability, professional liability, shareholder disputes, and corporate transactions. Michael’s practice also focuses on corporate governance and compliance issues, including matters arising from federal and state agencies investigations. Drawing on more than 20 years of business litigation experience, Michael has provided strategic and other advice to clients on issues relating to day-to-day operations, major restructuring, and corporate mergers and acquisitions.
Robert Cambo (VIce Chairman)
Mr. Cambo is the CEO of Alliance Companies, a private real estate development company based in Coconut Grove, which has built four (4) charter school campuses serving 4,000 students over the last four (4) years. In addition, he has developed over 1 million square feet of commercial space since 1994. Mr Cambo is a graduate of Harvard University’s Real Estate Leadership program in 2006 and earned his MBA from the University of Miami in 1989. Mr. Cambo is very active in the autism community and a Silver Sponsor of Autism Speaks and UM/NSU CARD. He is also the parent of a child with autism.
Jose L. Mir (Secretary/Treasurer)
Mr. Mir is Director for Strategic Accounts, DePuy Synthes a division of Johnson & Johnson. He has held several leadership positions in sales, marketing and international business within Johnson & Johnson for over 22 years. He holds a BA in Marketing from the University of Miami and a Certificate in Healthcare from the Wharton School of Business. He is the parent of a child with Autism.
Tamara Moodie, Ph.D. (Secretary)
Dr. Moodie has 17 years experience in autism education. She has a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in Special Education, and a Ph.D. in Education/Administration, and is certified to teach in the State of Florida. She has also completed her coursework for her Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification. Dr. Moodie is presently the Principal/Director at SFACS. Dr. Moodie was recently honored as part of Legacy Magazine’s “Top 25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business,” as well as “2011 Woman of Excellence” by Nostalgia in Gold, Inc.
Arnie Alonso served for seven years as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of the City of Hialeah. Recently he entered the private sector with his company, Wolfpack Consulting and Governmental Relations where he now provides lobbying and consulting services to a variety of clients throughout South Florida. Arnie’s accomplishments in Hialeah, the states 5th largest city with a unique Hispanic population, include re-visioning the city’s marketing, increasing services to seniors, and obtaining local business support for youth and educational programs, all while carefully analyzing constituent needs to shape political strategy and discourse. Arnie has a talent for cutting through the noise of political discourse to achieve results and is an emerging political leader and consultant with a real connection to his community. Arnie is a graduate from Florida International University where he obtained his B.A. in Political Science with a minor in English and International Relations.
Inmaculada Gutierrez is the Trade Commissioner of the Embassy of Spain for the Southeast of the
USA. She has extensive professional experience in both the public and private sectors. She has
worked for the Ministry of Economy in Spain and has held different executive positions dealing with
economic policy, intellectual property and competition advocacy. She has also worked for American
economic consulting firms, advising clients from a wide range of industry sectors. Inma holds a
degree in Economics by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and in 1992 officially gained the
position as Economist and Trade Expert for the Government of Spain. She is the mother of a child
Paul Leleck is a certified public accountant with more than 35 years of accounting, finance, business and management experience. He has assisted development stage companies and has served as a partner in a “Big 4” accounting firm. As CFO for Building Hope, Paul manages the nonprofit organization’s finances and underwrites financial assistance to public charter schools. He also works with client schools on their accounting and budgeting. He currently serves on the boards of the Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School and the Paul Public Charter School, both in Washingto, D.C.
Glenn R. Pierce
Mr. Pierce is the President of Education Initiatives at Turner Impact Capital. He was previously President of the Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund. Prior to the formation of Turner-Agassi, he was the founder and CEO of Pacific Charter School Development, a nonprofit developer of charter school campuses based in Los Angeles. Over the past decade, he and his team have built more than 70 schools serving over 32,500 at-risk students and their families. He has been a leader in the charter school movement since 1997, following management roles with Citibank and PepsiCo. He holds an AB in Economics and Business from Lafayette College and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate Citicorp’s Institute for Global Finance and the Broad Superintendents Academy. He is the parent of a child with autism.
Richard Rozencwaig, M.D.
Dr. Rozencwaig is Vice President of and Chief of Shoulder & Elbow Reconstruction at the Orthopedic Care Center in Aventura. He is Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. Dr. Rozencwaig serves as an Expert Medical Advisor to the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, Division of Workers’ Compensation. He is an appointed Clinical Associate Professor with the Department of Surgery, Division of Orthopedic Surgery at Nova Southeastern University. He is on the Leadership Council at Vanderbilt University. His middle son is autistic and attends South Florida Autism Charter School.