Silvia Karman Cubiñá has been named to the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation's National Arts Advisory Committee. She is the executive director and chief curator of the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. Before that, she was director and independent curator of The Moore Space in Miami. She also lectured extensively and participated in numerous grant panels and award selection committees.
Bass Museum of Art chief curator Silvia Cubiñá named to Knight Foundation's National Arts Advisory Committee
Michele Centeno has been named senior managing director, risk management practice at Frank Crystal & Co., an insurance brokerage firm. She will be based in Miami and will be responsible for the growth of the risk management practice on a national level. She was most recently managing director of Beecher Carlson.
Joseph Barcie has joined Baptist Health South Florida as assistant vice president of international marketing for Baptist Health International. He will be responsible for directing marketing, public relations, advertising, internal and external communications and developing marketing strategies for international patients, physicians, providers and business alliances. Before joining Baptist Health, he was the corporate president of centralized services at International Healthcare Corp. in Dallas.
Barrington Irving has joined the board of directors of Teach For America for the Miami-Dade region. He will help guide the evolution of Teach For America in Miami-Dade County. He is the founder of Experience Aviation, a Miami-based nonprofit that encourages youth to explore careers in aviation through education programs designed to build math, science, reading, and problem-solving skills. He secured his place in history in 2007 as the youngest person and first black pilot to fly solo around the globe.
Kathleen Cannon has been named chief executive officer at United Way of Broward County. She has spent the past 10 years as the COO of Broward House, an HIV and AIDS community service organization, and has been in executive leadership for more than 15 years. She is a licensed clinical social worker. She will begin her new role May 14.