The American Red Cross recently honored 11 outstanding women with prestigious Sara Hopkins Woodruff Spectrum Awards during a luncheon on February 3 at the JW Marriott Marquis in downtown Miami. Our Founder Andrea Ivory was one of the women honored. Andrea was presented the Baptist Health of South Florida Healthcare Award.
“Spectrum” refers to the impact these women have on a broad scope of community life and also reflects the spectrum of cultures represented in our community. The honorees serve as exceptional examples of the humanitarian principles of the American Red Cross.
Ileana Bravo served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the awards, which were chaired by Phillis Oeters. Swanee DiMare was the honorary chairman. Ms. Bravo also narrated a video tribute to each of the Spectrum honorees which was produced by Josie Goytisolo with the help of Multivision Video and Film.
The 2011 Sara Hopkins Woodruff Spectrum Award for Women honorees included Tracy Mourning, Yolanda Berkowitz, Alex Villoch, Debra Scholl, Rochelle Baer, Mayda Cisneros, Andrea Ivory, Kimberly Wilson, Bella Goldstein, Mona Adams and Cristina Hernandez. View additional event photos on the Red Cross event page.
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