President’s Message: Ernisha Randolph

Greetings YPNers,

In many ways, the Young Professionals Network of Miami has been distinct from its inception. This organization is well known for its ability to attract and connect the finest professionals in South Florida. As your incoming President of YPN Miami for 2015, my plans are to stay true to our mission by Connecting our members with key decision makers, Developing more leaders by providing more programming, professional development, and mentoring opportunities as well as Empowering entrepreneurs by providing the assistance needed to operate more effectively; resulting in economic improvement and more noteworthy triumphs.

The Executive Board and I have great programs in store for our members this year as we are continually striving to improve, and are constantly focusing on the future of YPN Miami. You can look forward to great membership perks, engaging and memorable activities, acknowledgment of members success via our “Members spotlight” as well as more prominent associations with mentors to assist young professionals in business and professional growth. We’ve come so far as an organization, and as you look at current membership you will see an astonishing diversity of innovative individuals exploring new ideas, pursuing new knowledge, and creating new opportunities.

YPN’s members are filling South Florida with the vibrancy that comes from being a part of an organization that is committed to professionalism, career and entrepreneurial growth, civic engagement, creativity, and vigorous intellectual exchange. Our connection with the Miami- Dade Chamber of Commerce remains just as strong today as it was at the time of our founding, and as the beautiful County of Miami-Dade has evolved into the gateway to the Americas so, too, has the M-DCC become the gateway to business opportunities in and around South Florida. As we continue to grow, I encourage current members to make the commitment to become more active this year. I also encourage prospective members to join YPN and become a part of a growing organization that is on the verge to becoming the driving force of opportunities for young professionals. As you browse through our website and attend our events, please also consider joining a committee.

Key issues such as the future of Miami’s diverse climate, reducing the brain drain, and advocating for equal opportunities for minorities are collectively our responsibility. I urge you to consider not what YPN Miami can do for you, but how we collectively can accomplish our mission by connecting with each other, furthering our development professionally, and empowering each other as well as future generations.

Yours in service,

Ernisha L. Randolph, President

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