July 28, 2014
Brittany Dahlberg will be vice president, entertainment of South Florida Gold, which is a member of the American Basketball Association, and will be based in Boca Raton. Currently she is with Event Show Productions of Tampa. She a graduate of the University of South Florida and attends the New York Institute of Art and Design, seeking a certificate in event planning.
Maria Isabel Hoelle has been named a partner in the Miami office of Arnstein & Lehr. Before, she was partner and led the litigation group at the Miami office of Fowler Rodriguez. Hoelle has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public administration from Florida International University and a law degree from the Catholic University of America.
Henry Capote has been named chief financial officer at Coral Gables Hospital. He has been the hospital’s controller for three years, and he has been interim CFO since April. Capote has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Florida Gulf Coast University.
Luis Roldan has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer at America CV Network stations in Miami, New York and Puerto Rico. He will be based in Miami. Before, he was executive vice president at TVC Equity in Puerto Rico, a private equity media corporation. He has a bachelor's
degree from Fordham University.
Samuel A. Brown has been named vice president of advertising at the Miami Herald Media Co. He most recently was vice president of digital solutions for the Northeast Ohio Media Group, and he succeeds Alexandra Villoch, who was promoted to president and publisher in April. Brown has a bachelor’s degree in producing for the electronic media from Syracuse University.
Osmel “Ozzie” Delgado has been appointed chief operating officer at Cleveland Clinic Florida. Delgado, who joined Cleveland Clinic 15 years ago, was most recently its director of operations. Delgado has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Barry University, a doctor of pharmacy degree from Nova Southeastern University, and an MBA from Florida Atlantic University.
July 21, 2014
Marla Wilson has been named executive director, Tracy Wilson-Mourning’s Honey Shine Mentoring Program. This nonprofit organization, based in Miami, was created to provide young girls with opportunities and experiences that will help them grow into confident, productive and socially aware citizens. Before, she was the business development consultant for 1 Percent Circle, the consulting group she founded based in Atlanta. Clients included the National Black College Hall of Fame, Wells F argo, and the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Central Oklahoma, where she studied broadcast and print journalism
Best advice: The best advice that she has ever received was from her grandmother: “Respect who you are when nobody else is watching.” Wilson says this is basically a lesson in integrity. You have to be happy with who you are and what you do, regardless.