Ernisha Randolph, Incoming YPN President

Posted:  January 22nd, 2015 by:  YPN MIami comments:  0

Take a L.E.A.P. with YPN Miami in this new year and join us as we welcome our incoming 2015 YPN president, Ernisha Randolph, a savvy entrepreneur and owner of JK Catering Company and president of Juanita’s Kitchen Foods.

Ernisha takes over from the great leadership of our past president, Cedric McMinn, and has her eyes pushing YPN Miami to becoming a driving force of professional development, civic engagement, and purposeful networking for our members. As YPN Miami stays true to our mission of connecting, developing, and empowering our members, you can expect to see an aggressive calendar of programming to help you grow and help impact our community.

Click to read the President’s message to you.


About Ernisha:

Ernisha Randolph is owner of JK Catering Company and president of Juanita’s Kitchen Foods, a grocery product company named in honor of her grandmother. Her educational background in Business Administration and Hospitality Management has served her well in running her catering company. JK Catering has spread its phenomenal flavors all over south Florida, catering to companies & individuals such as Clark’s & Indigo, Mario Chalmers of The Miami Heat, James Jones of the Miami Heat (presented by Dibia Athletics), The Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce, Becker & Poliakoff Firm, City of Miami Beach Mayors Women’s Exhibit, The City of Miami Gardens, The City of Opa Locka and many more.

Ernisha is active in her community as a mentor and member of various organizations, including the Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce, Director of Social Action for The Woodson Institute of Miami, board member of The Opa Locka Women’s initiative, and leading member in Florida International University’s Black Student Union Alumni Association. Recent community projects that are close to her heart include Young Ladies of Integrity, Inc., a mentorship program she founded for teen girls. Another passion of hers is business and entrepreneurship coaching and hopes to develop this into a community program.


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