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Business community engagement plays a large role in the importance of professional development and making connections toward a new career or creating new relationships such as chamber appointees in Davie-Cooper City and Boynton Beach. In fact, all industries benefit from the groundwork professionals lay in one job, and taking those skills with them to another job, such as with Adjua “Maria” McGill, who joined Florida International University, from a hotel group; Mary Harris from one financial institution to another; and Jonathan Axler, who left one nonprofit to join another nonprofit. Want more? Submit promotions, new hires to peopleonthemove. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 954-356-4662, or Twitter @mindingyourbiz
Chamber (Sunday, December 31st. 2017) page 6D
Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, vice president of advancement & community relations at Nova Southeastern University, was recently honored with the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches 2017 ATHENA Leadership Award. The recognition is for exceptional individuals living and working in Palm Beach County who are leaders in their field, have mentored women and given back to the community. Anderson is involved in numerous community initiatives and organizations including as chair of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance; vice president of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches; and a board member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, PACE Center for Girls and Winterfest.