Romina Nabhen has been named fashion and Fifth Avenue Club director at Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland. She has worked at Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland before. In 2008, she was the fashion director. In this role, she was responsible for overseeing all public relations, special events, trend presentations and fashion show productions. She has also held positions at FENDI Casa and Conde Nast.
Josie Legido-Correa has been named South Florida regional membership director at Florida Retail Federation. She became involved with the Downtown Miami Partnership in 1990 and was named executive director in 1994. She has also worked to bring quality retail and restaurants to the Miami central business district over her career.
Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland has named Romina Nabhen as Fashion and Fifth Avenue Club director. She has been published in VOGUE Latin America/Mexico, Ocean Drive Magazine, Miami New Times and El Nuevo Herald.
Tire Group International has named Luis Torres as vice president of international program sales. He has more than 25 years experience in the tire industry. Torres has served as director of export sales for Hercules Tires International. He has also served as export sales manager for Alliance Tire Group.
Andy Montero has been promoted to vice president of retail business and develop for The Heat Group. Montero was previously the senior director of retail operations for 15 years. He will now oversee the entire retail business for the AmericanAirlines Arena and develop future retail business opportunities.
Francisco Borges, Susan Kronick named to the board of trustees of John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Francisco L. Borges and Susan D. Kronick have been named to the board of trustees of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Borges is chairman and managing partner at Landmark Partners, an alternative investment firm specializing in private equity and real estate. He was treasurer for the state of Connecticut and deputy mayor of the city of Hartford. He also is a former member of the board and treasurer of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
Kronick was a vice chairman of Macy’s, Inc. During her tenure, she was responsible for overseeing 850 Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s department stores, led one of the largest mergers in retail history and was instrumental in creating Macy’s as a national brand. She retired in 2010, and continues her community service work.
Saul Fonseca has been named sales manager at Doubletree by Hilton Grand Biscayne Bay in Miami. He will be responsible for the tour & travel group sales, business transient sales and corporate sales. Before joining Doubletree, he was an account executive for national accounts at Royal Caribbean International.