Maria Browne, Don Browne, Jennifer Valoppi, and Marisa Toccin Lucas
Lucrezia Buccellati and Erika Miranda
Pearl Baker-Katz, Christy Martin, and Dana Shear
Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Lola Jacobson, Swanee DiMare, Bronwyn Miller, and Lesli Brown
Dee Hilfiger, Tommy Hilfiger, and Carol Iacovelli
Cheryl Bergenfeld, Daniela Swaebe, and Alexa Wolman
On Saturday, March 10th 2018, Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program celebrated a marquee moment on 20 years of giving back at their annual black-tie Gala chaired by Marisa Toccin Lucas. Held at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami on Brickell Key, the noted non-profit is dedicated to inspiring, motivating and empowering at-risk young women that was founded by Jennifer Valoppi, Don Browne along with the Honorable Katherine Fernandez Rundle.The esteemed gala was not only attended by 430 of the city’s community leaders in philanthropy, business and more; but more importantly, it also raised close to $1,000,000 dollars that impacts more than 15,000 at-risk high school girls in South Florida, Detroit and Philadelphia by providing a unique group mentoring program, college campus visits, career-focused fieldtrips and scholarship opportunities.