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We are proud to affiliate with brands and initiatives that align with our professional values and to inspire results driven solutions for our clients and the communities we serve. While headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL our expertise stretches across the state of Florida and across the globe.  

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The prime location of the new Boys and Girls Clubs in Stuart features land donated on the Stuart Middle School Campus.  The new building will combine  18,000 sq ft of traditional features of a Boys & Girls Club while extending programs through an additional 12,000 sq ft Workforce Development Collaboratory (featuring 3 flexible workforce training labs) to meet Martin County's labor needs.  

New State of the Art Club Serving Stuart, FL 

Building Great Futures Campaign

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County in partnership with the Martin County School Board and Martin County School District have decided that meeting the challenges facing young people in the East Stuart area is a strategic priority of immediate importance.  The new building set to open in 2024, will feature a flagship Workforce Development Collaboratory- a unique partnership for post-secondary innovation center- designed to equip teens and high school students with career and trade skills that meet the highly anticipated labor demands of Martin County.  


MDS on Demand Chief Strategy and Operations Officer receives the Young Professional Athena Award on Friday, September 25, 2019 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, FL.   

The Prestigious Athena Award 

2019 Young Professional Leadership Award 

As the most coveted recognition in Palm Beach County, the Athena Young Professional Leader Award winner is an emerging leader and mentor who assists women in reaching their full potential.  She demonstrates excellence, creativity and initiative in their business of profession and most importantly, provides valuable service by devoting time and energy to improve the quality of life for others.  

The Emerald Award

2018 Young Philanthropist

Awarded by the Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida, The Emerald Award honors women in Palm Beach County who exemplify leadership in one of the national Girl Scout initiatives and serves as a role model for today's girls.  Winners embody the characteristics of today's G.I.R.L: Go Getter, Innovator, Risk Taker, and Leader.  

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidenc, and character, who make the world a better place.  Backed by trusted adult volunteers, mentors, and millions of alums, Girl Scouts lead the way as they find their voices and make changes that affect the issues most important to them, in their communities and across the country.  

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MDS on Demand Chief Strategy and Operations Officer receives prestigious Young Philanthropist Award, Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at the Beach Club, Palm Beach, FL.    


Distinguished Alumna Award 

 2017 Florida Atlantic University
Harriet Wilkes Honors College 

The Distinguished Alumni Awards recognize one outstanding alumni from each of Florida Atlantic University's colleges who have provided exceptional service, inspired leadership and advocated for quality education.  It is the nation's only university-affiliated, free standing honors college.  

Developing the Potential of Women Across Communities

Junior League of the Palm Beaches Welcomes 77th President

As President of the Junior League of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Noemi Coltea lead a group of women who are committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. 

The 2015-2018 Strategic Plan successfully anchored the Junior League of the Palm Beaches into its next season of organizational success.  Its implementation, under the leadership of the President with support from the Board of Directors, championed capital investments for a significant impact on the efficacy of the volunteer programs extended internally and externally, increased member training and satisfaction surveys and most importantly, positioned the Junior League as an impact driven organization in our community and the State.  

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2017-2018 JLPB Board of Directors, from the Bottom Left: Victoria Rizzuto, Treasurer; Courtney Hickey, President Elect; Dr. Noemi Coltea, President; Elena Peroulakis, Executive Vice-President; Xiomi Murray.  Top Left: Marcelle Burke, Sabra Ingeman, Meaghan Flenner, Megan Rogers, Secretary.  Not pictured:  Stacy Cirrito, Nominating Chair & Caitlin Campbell. 

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Each year, deserving organizations across the northern area of Palm Beach County are recipients of $100,000 grants from this giving circle. 


IMPACT 100 The Palm Beaches Welcomes New Board of Directors

Impact the Palm Beaches is a philanthropic organization where women collectively give to nonprofits in Central and Northern Palm Beach County to ignite transformational change through five core service areas: education, arts & culture, environment, health & wellness, and family.  "The potential to do good in our community is exponential," says Dr. Coltea who serves on the organization's Board of Directors, "as we target a $500K investment across all five of our focus areas."  

Fights That Matter

Combating the Devastating Effects of Human Trafficking 

On February 20th, 2018 the Junior League of the Palm Beaches convened community and thought leaders to offer their understanding of Human Trafficking, a devastating epidemic, sadly prevalent in our community.

The Junior League of the Palm Beaches, one of the oldest and largest women volunteer organizations in the county, met volunteers, advocates and those serving on the front lines, to inform and discuss an intentional and collaborative approach to eradicating human trafficking in our community and around the world, once and for all.  

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Panelists included Wade Litchfield, VP and General Counsel for Florida Power & Light, Charles Bender, Founding Executive Director of Place of Hope, Inc. and Bonnie Jo Daniels, Project Director for Hope for Freedom.  The panel moderated by Alexandra Chase emphasized there is a part for everyone to play: early detection and prevention remain key. 

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