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Safer People, Safer Streets


      Mayor Gimenez and Commissioner Moss appointed 22 multi-disciplinary thought leaders to the Local Action Team for Safer People, Safer Streets (LAT). The taskforce was charged with tackling Miami-Dade’s dubious distinction as the fourth most dangerous metropolitan area in the nation for pedestrians. Below is a list of the members:

      • Brian Breslin, Founder, ReFresh Miami
      • Claudius Carnegie, Ph.D; CTAC/NSM Member; Florida International University
      • Benjamin de la Pena; Director, Community & National Strategy; Knight Foundation
      • Tabitha Fazino, Administrative Director/NSM, Miami-Dade County School Board
      • Cesar Garcia Pons, Partner, Perkins + Will
      • Honorable Oliver Gilbert, Mayor/Board Member, City of Miami Gardens/Miami-Dade MPO
      • Ramiro Inguanzo, Assistant City Manager/NSM, City of Bal Harbour
      • Jack Kardys, Director, Miami-Dade PROS
      • Kevin Kirwin, Director, City of Miami Parks & Recreation
      • Jimmy Morales, City Manager, City of Miami Beach
      • Nicholas Namias, MD; Professor and Chief, Trauma and Acute Care Surgery; Jackson Memorial
      • Gus Pego, Secretary Deputy Director/NSM, Florida Department of Transportation - District 6
      • Juan Perez, Deputy Director, Miami-Dade Police Department
      • Dr. Lilian Rivera, Director, Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade
      • Alyce Robertson, Executive Director, Miami Downtown Development Authority
      • Paul Schweip, Chairman, CITT
      • Eli Stiers, Partner, Stiers Law
      • Honorable Philip Stoddard, Mayor, City of South Miami
      • Debbie Swain; Principal; Milian, Swain & Associates
      • Peter Wood, Vice President, Health Foundation of South Florida