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Lawyers, mediators, mental health, insurance, human resources, financial and other professionals, take this chance to divulge into the professional growth, success, and knowledge of law of professionals.

Brevard Bar Foundation & Florida Tech School of Arts and Communication present:

 

SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONALS & THE LAW

A WORKSHOP ON SPECIAL ISSUES IN THE COURTROOM,WORKPLACE & HOME:
FOR LAWYERS, MEDIATORS, MENTAL HEALTH, FINANCIAL, INSURANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, FINANCE & OTHER PROFESSIONALS

On Friday, July 19, 2013, Eau Gallie Yacht Club- from 8:00am to 5:00pm with a reception to follow.

 

How will you benefit?

  • Learn to deal with difficult issues such as sexual harassment and bullying in the workplace.
  • Look at financial issues associated with divorce.
  • Explore ethical considerations facing lawyers, mediators, financial and mental health professionals.

Agenda

Friday, July 19, 2013, Eau Gallie Yacht Club

8:00am Check In

CHECK IN, REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

 

8:25-8:30am Welcome Message

Michael Kahn, Esq. or Ed Kinberg, Esq., Brevard Bar Foundation

 

8:30-8:35am Introduction & Workshop Overview

Brooke Deratany Goldfarb, Esq, Adjunct Faculty and Prelaw Mentor

Florida Institute of Technology Dept. of Humanities and Communication

 

8:35-9:55am Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Dealing with issues of Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Diversity, and Whistle Blowing.

Panel 1:

  • Jennifer Coberly, Esq., Ford Harrison, LLP;
  • Mary Cooler, Director, Civilian EEO Education, DEOMI;
  • Karen J. Gregory, SPHR, President, HRSS Consulting Group, LLC
  • Patrice Reid, Ph.D., Senior Research Psychologist
  • Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute
  • Moderator: Kathleen Rich-New, MBA, MM, HR Consultant and author

9:55-10:10am Break

 

10:10-11:25am Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home Can Violence Be Mediated?

Dealing with Domestic and Dating Violence and Stalking Issues. How to obtain justice and resolution

Panel 2:

  • Pamela Bress, Esq., Brevard County Legal Aid
  • Anne Rufiange
  • Jennifer Guarino, M.A., LMHC, Victims Therapist, The Women’s Center
  • Kim Torres, Esq., Mediator dealing in high conflict cases
  • Moderator: Melody R. Keeth, Executive Director, Serene Harbor, Inc.

11:25am-12:55pm Lunch Presentation: Slavery Among Us.

Recognizing the Signs of Human Trafficking and How to Help.

  • Nola Theiss, Executive Director, Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc.
  • *Provided by Zonta Club of Melbourne.

12:55-2:10pm Special Considerations in the Court System

Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness and Veterans Issues.

Panel 3:

  • Philip Archer, Esq., State Attorney 18th Circuit
  • Lisa Mooty, Drug Court Manager, 18th Circuit
  • Jason Wieseler, Psy.D., Senior Clinical Administrator, Circles of Care
  • Jack Maloney, MSW, Social Worker, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Moderator: Gail Cordial, Executive Director, Partners in Crisis and member of Florida Supreme Court Task Force Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

2:10-2:20pm Break

 

2:20-3:35pm A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

A look at alimony reform, dividing the assets and liabilities, retirement and pensions, insurance an

Panel 4:

  • Alan Frisher, CDFA, President, Sage Financial Management LLC, Sage Divorce Planning LLC, President, Spokesman, Family Law Reform, Inc.
  • Kristopher J. Olsen, Ph.D., Psychologist
  • Joel Wilson, Esq., Family Lawyer & Mediator
  • James J. Milucky, CPA, President, Forensic Accounting Specialists, Inc.
  • Julie Glocker Pierce, Esq.
  • Moderator: Brooke Deratany Goldfarb, Esq., President, Peaceful Beach Mediation & Collaboration, Inc.

3:35-3:45pm Break

 

3:45-5:00pm All About Ethics

An update on Ethical Issues Facing Lawyers, Mediators, Financial and Mental Health Professionals

Panel 5:

  • Ed Kinberg, Esq., Legal Ethics
  • James Nicholas, Esq., Mediator Ethics
  • Susan N. Kiley, M.S., LMHC, Director of Programs, The Women’s Center, Mental Health
  • Laura Chiesman, CFP, FirstWave Financial, Financial Ethics
  • Moderator: Barbara Peterson, Mediator, President, The Resolution Center

5:00-6:00pm Networking

Happy Hour, Poolside

 

Panel 1 PrePresentation: Welcome

Panel 1 PrePresentation: Welcome

Michael Kahn, Esq.

Michael Kahn practices law with an emphasis in intellectual property law, First Amendment law and complex business litigation. Mr. Kahn has tried some of the most complex intellectual property cases in state and federal courts in the State of Florida. In 2005, he completed a complex trial regarding trade secrets and contract issues concerning the United States Space Shuttle. At the time, it was the longest jury trial in the history of Brevard County, Florida. He has tried several other large and involved intellectual property cases, including cases involving copyright and trade secrets regarding computer software. See, for example, Bateman v. Mnemonics, 79 F.3d 1532 (11th Cir. 1996). Mr. Kahn recognizes the unique and difficult nature of mediating with governmental entities as a party and understands the dynamic and challenge of representing and dealing with city and county government. For approximately the past 20 years, Mr. Kahn has acted as Special Counsel to various Florida cities and counties with regard to both the preparation of ordinances and defense of ordinances involving First Amendment issues. He successfully defended the City of St. Augustine’s ordinance restricting street vendors. See Horton v. City of St. Augustine, 272 F.3rd 1318 (11th Cir. 2001). He is a Supreme Court Certified mediator who has been appointed by several state and federal judges to mediate First Amendment disputes involving governmental entities, such as municipalities and counties. Mr. Kahn also represents two unions, the Brevard Federation of Teachers and the Brevard County Firefighters, in various labor law issues and labor negotiations. His services are extended to the individual members of these unions as well as to the general public in the areas of family law, business organizations, contracts, and personal injury. In addition to his law practice, Mr. Kahn served as a lobbyist and has been very active in local and state politics. He has successfully run or co-managed numerous local political campaigns, including many judicial campaigns. He is familiar with election law and campaign finance law and has consulted for many campaigns and lectured on the subject. He is also currently the president, and former president, of the Brevard Bar Foundation, a charitable organization that donates monies to support local charities and functions of the Brevard County Bar Association. Mr. Kahn has been engaged in the private practice of law since 1977. He received his law degree from Duke University in 1977. He also holds a Master of Arts from Emory University from Emory’s Institute of Liberal Arts and a Master of Arts Degree in Teaching from the University of Florida. He has taught and guest lectures on subjects, among others, concerning law of the First Amendment, adult entertainment regulation and intellectual property law and litigation. For nine years, he was an adjunct professor at Rollins College where he taught courses, among others, in computer law, professional ethics, internet law, and the First Amendment. Rollins College Brevard awarded him the prestigious Christa McAullife teaching award in 2002. He is presently an adjunct professor at Florida Institute of Technology teaching Constitutional Law and where he also serves on the Law School Exploratory Committee and the Pre-Law Advisory Group.

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Mary B. Cooler

NAME: Mary B. Cooler

DUTY TITLE: Chief, Equal Employment Opportunity Training Branch (J-72). Ms. Cooler also functions as a facilitator for all of DEOMI’s civilian EEO courses. Additionally, she is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a court mediator.

EDUCATION: Ms. Cooler is a 1983 graduate of the University of Mississippi with a major in Political Science. During this time, Ms. Cooler joined the two-year ROTC program and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Regular Army Signal Corps. Her military education includes the following: Signal Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Fort Gordon, Ga.; Combined Services Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; and DEOMI’s Equal Opportunity Advisor Course, 16 weeks, Patrick AFB, Fla., to name a few. Ms. Cooler’s government civilian education includes the following: the Army Management Staff College (AMSC); the Sustaining Base Leadership and Management Program (SBLM), Fort Belvoir, Va.; the EEO Specialist and Officer Courses, DEOMI, Patrick AFB, Fla.; Basic Staffing Course, Affirmative Employment Planning, and Defense Civilian Personnel Data Systems, all of Lancaster, Pa.; Private Sector Mediation Certification Training, the State of Arizona; Arbitration Certification from the State of Arizona; Atlanta Center for Justice Mediation Training; Mediation Certification for the State Supreme Court of Florida; Business Objects training; National Security Personnel System training, and a multitude of Legal, EEO, and Civilian Personnel conferences.

AWARDS: Ms. Cooler’s awards include a multitude of civilian and military awards for superior performance, special acts, and certificates of appreciation for volunteerism.

PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION: Upon graduating from college, duty assignments included various command and staff positions throughout Germany, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; Fort Gordon, Ga; the Federal Republic of Honduras; and Fort Leavenworth, Kan., primarily in direct support of JCS tactical and strategic communications missions. Ms. Cooler also served as an Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA) for 5th Signal Command, Worms, Germany, where she was responsible for programs throughout the European Theater. As a government civilian, Ms. Cooler was an EEO Specialist at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., Heidelberg Germany, and EEO Manager for the Military Community of Mannheim. Then, Ms. Cooler joined the staff at DEOMI as a trainer, facilitator, and program manager from 2002-2007, returning to Germany as an EEO Specialist in Heidelberg and then EEO Officer in Wiesbaden, culminating her European career as the Director of EEO for the Installation Management Command, Europe, supporting all European garrisons. Ms. Cooler returned to DEOMI as the Chief of Civilian EEO training in the spring of 2012.

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Jennifer R. Coberly

Jennifer R. Coberly earned her B.A. at Florida State University, and went on to Yale Law School. Currently she is employed with Ford & Harrison LLP, but has been colorful career most recently having been a solo practitioner for four years. She is affiliated with several of Florida’s legal organizations, including: Fellows of the American Bar Association, Florida Bar Judicial Evaluation Committee, and the Florida Bar Board of Governors. She has a great amount of experience and skill in both management and legal matters. Jennifer Coberly has been extremely involved in the community, ranging from her work as a Volunteer Attorney with Lawyers for Children America, to her participation on the Board of Directors (2002-2006) for Miami-Dade County Bar Association. She is extremely excited to share her expertise and knowledge through the Successful Professionals presentation on July 19.

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Karen J. Gregory, President & Owner of HRSS Consulting Group, LLC

Ms. Karen J. Gregory, President & Owner of HRSS Consulting Group, LLC brings 16 years of experience as a Behavior Scientist and Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). Her experience reflects a combination of human resource development and management, training and education, and organization assessment and development. As an independent consultant, she provides services to both the private and government sectors with clients that include SCB Marketing, IAP Worldwide Services, NASA/KSC, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, Defense Language and National Security Education Office, and the National Guard Bureau.

In addition to her consulting work, Karen is also a Major in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, currently serving with the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick AFB, FL. Ms. Gregory serves on Congressman Posey's Veteran Advisory Council and several boards to include the Space Coast Chapter of Women In Defense, Military Affairs Council, and the Merritt Island Lacrosse Club. She holds a dual track Master Degree in Human Resource Development and Management. And she is a certified Mediator and SPHR.

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Kathleen Rich-New, MBA, MHR

With experiences covering the spectrum from hard-nosed MBA programs, to the fast pace of a Silicon Valley startup, to spiritual studies in Bali, Kathleen brings a unique blend of practical experience and clarity of focus to her business consulting, coaching, seminars and speeches. With Kathleen, insight and intuition team up to push the creative envelope for your organization. Kathleen holds an MBA from the University of North Texas and a Master's Degree in International Human Resources from the University of Dallas. Her undergraduate degree is in Business Administration from Kansas State University. She trained in Appreciative Inquiry (Ai) at the Taos Institute and is a fire-walking graduate of Tony Robbins Mastery University. Kathleen has over 25 years in corporate Human Resources at the managerial and executive levels of companies such as Apple Computer, GTE, Nortel, SGI and several smaller companies. "My passion is helping organizations and individuals reach clarity of purpose and vision and establish the most effective working relationships to achieve their goals." Kathleen's Appreciative Inquiry experience recently earned her recognition as a facilitator for "Listen to the City", a 5,000 person town-hall meeting at the Javits Center in New York City. Residents of Manhattan were invited to give input for rebuilding the World Trade Center area and creating an appropriate memorial at Ground Zero. Appreciative Inquiry was the organizing principle for this meeting. (See Kathleen's article in the Resources section)

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Panel 1: Keeping Peace in the Workplace

Patrice Reid, Ph.D., Senior Research Psychologist

Dr. Patrice Reid is a senior research psychologist for the Defense Language and National Security Education Office, and is currently detailed to the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute at Patrick Air Force Base in Melbourne, Florida. She is primarily responsible for the execution of research initiatives and the development of programs assessing and training cross-cultural proficiency in civilian and military organizations. Dr. Reid has been recognized for her significant contributions in the design, development, and evaluation of cross-cultural and psychometric research, as well as her coordination of education and training programs for Department of Defense agencies and Services. Her work also involves organizational psychology research, methods, and techniques, providing practical solutions to enhance human capital development. Throughout her early career, she has received numerous accolades from various organizations, to include the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program, the Atlanta Caribbean Association, the South Brevard Society for Human Resource Management, the HR Florida Review, and the Florida Education Fund McKnight Doctoral Program.

Dr. Reid received her Masters and Ph.D. in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree with distinguished University and Advanced Honors in Psychology from Georgia State University.

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Jennifer C. Guarino, M.A., LMHC

Ms. Guarino is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida in 2008.

Jennifer is currently the Victim’s Therapist at the Women’s Center, where she provides individual treatment services as well as is the Group Facilitator for the Center’s Domestic Violence; Childhood Sexual Abuse/Incest Survivor; and Kool Kids Support Groups.

Jennifer also enjoys a clinical focus in grief counseling.

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Moderator: Melody R. Keeth Executive Director Serene Harbor, Inc.

Melody Keeth has been the Executive Director of Serene Harbor, Inc. for 16 years. She has worked in the field of social service for 31 years, the last 26 of which have been in program development and administration. Prior to coming to Serene Harbor, Melody worked with a variety of special needs populations as an advocate for their needs. Current interests are the impact of domestic violence on children, awareness of TBI as a result of domestic violence and primary prevention of domestic violence. Ms. Keeth is a member of the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence and currently serves on their Board as the 2nd Vice Chairperson

During her tenure at Serene Harbor, Ms. Keeth has taken the program from a struggling shelter and built it into a premier non-profit in the community that is seen as an authority on domestic violence. As a result of her work in the community advocating for victims of domestic violence Melody received the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Citizen of the Year” award in 2009.

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Kim Torres, Esq.

With over twelve years of experience serving exclusively as a Mediator, Kim Torres brings finely honed skills and expertise to the table. She has worked with lawyers, individuals, corporations and court personal alike covering court-ordered cases as well as pre-suit cases in which the participants voluntary seek to resolve their differences. Firms throughout Florida have requested her services from Homestead to Tallahassee.

Over half of her practice includes working with individuals in extremely stressful situations in Family cases, as well as foreclosures and Guardianship cases. In this arena Kim is able to exhibit compassion, apply keen listening skills and provide structure to seemingly impossible conflicts. Having served as a Mediator for over ten years in the Family Mediation Office of Brevard County, Kim has worked with local lawyers and pro se parties in highly emotional divorce and paternity cases. Utilizing legal skills gained over her 25 years as a licensed lawyer and collaborative abilities perfected in her mediation practice and through community involvement, she is able to connect with participants in a non-judgmental and constructive manner.

Recently, Kim has become proficient in assisting homeowners and lenders in mortgage foreclosure cases. She also has an active practice helping families through the divorce process and with conflicts arising from the changing needs of aging parents and loved ones. Kim is a member of several professional organizations as a lawyer member and mediator, including The Florida Bar, The National Association of Distinguished Neutrals, The Florida Circuit Civil Mediators Society and The Florida Academy of Professional Mediators. She also serves on the Board of the Brevard Family Counseling Center and participates in various mortgage foreclosure mediation programs throughout the State of Florida.

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Pamela M. Bress, Esquire

Pamela M. Bress was born Pamela M. Pagliaro in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, on October 9, 1962. She graduated Cum Laud from Saint Joseph’s University located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in May of 1984. She received a degree in Biology and a minor in English.

On January 1, 1985, Pamela moved to Singer Island, Florida. On October 5, 1985 she married James Lund. In August, 1986 she started law school at Nova University. During law school, Pamela was a published member of the Law Review, a competitor for the Moot Court Program, a clerk for the Honorable Chief Circuit Court Judge Daniel T. K. Hurley, and a recipient of numerous Book Awards and scholarships. She competed in several national Moot Court Competitions. In May, 1989, she graduated Magna Cum Laud and 6th in her class from Nova Law School. Holland & Knight recruited her as an associate for its commercial litigation department in their Fort Lauderdale office. At Holland & Knight Pamela assisted the medical malpractice insurance defense partner during jury trials; however, her primary responsibility was handling all the residential mortgage foreclosure cases for the firm’s bank clients. On the average, Pamela handled 600 foreclosure cases a month in circuit courts and bankruptcy courts all over the state.

In October, 1990, Pamela left Holland & Knight to pursue a more diverse practice. She joined Joseph S. Karp, P.A. in West Palm Beach where she handled criminal, family, and commercial litigation cases. While at the Karp law firm, Pamela had several very successful jury trials and appeals.

In May of 1992, Pamela left the Karp law firm in West Palm Beach to start her own law firm where she lived in Boca Raton. Pamela and her friend from law school Sandra Krawitz started Krawitz & Lund, P.A., which later changed to Krawitz & Bress, P.A. after Pamela married James Bress in July, 1994. The firm focused on real estate, estate planning, guardianship, probate, and commercial litigation. It also started a title company called Boardwalk Title.

In September, 1995, Pamela closed her practice in Boca Raton and moved to Brevard County to be closer to her husband’s parents. In 1995, she opened her own solo law firm Pamela M. Bress, P.A. where she handles small business law, property management, and commercial litigation. In June of 1995, Pamela and her husband James started AST Technology Labs, Inc., an engineering consulting and testing company that works with clients in the telecommunications field.

In October, 2006, Pamela became a Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and County Court Mediator. In 2007, she became an appellate court mediator. In 2010, Pamela started working for Brevard County Legal Aid, Inc. (“BCLA”) as a part time staff attorney. At BCLA, Pamela handles domestic violence, family law, dependency, and foreclosure defense cases.

Community service is a big part of Pamela’s life. She is active with the Brevard County Bar Association’s Mock Trial Program. She recruits high school teachers and local lawyers to get involved as coaches of local high school teams. She coaches Melbourne High School’s team which in February, 2013, won first place at the county competition, and in March, 2013 won 10th place at the state competition.

Pamela spends many hours serving the special needs community. Pamela and her husband James have three children, Elizabeth, Kimberly, and Natalie. Elizabeth was born with special needs. Elizabeth is Pamela’s motivation for being involved in Special Olympics and Beachside TOPSoccer. In addition to these organizations, Pamela is involved with Club Esteem, a non-profit organization whose focus is to encourage economically disadvantaged children to achieve academic excellence. She is the current Secretary of the Board of Directors of Club Esteem and has been a member of the Board since 2005.

Pamela’s other passions include the Future Problem Solving Program where she is a current Board member of the State of Florida Future Problem Solving Organization. She coaches Future Problem Solving teams at elementary, middle, and high schools in Brevard County. Her teams have won numerous district, state, and international awards.

Besides coaching academic teams, Pamela loves to coach soccer. She has coached and managed numerous soccer teams at the recreational and competitive levels since 2001. She has been actively involved in the Melbourne Beach, Indialantic, and Indian Harbour Beach Soccer Clubs.

Lastly, Pamela and her family enjoy being a part of Coastline Community Church where they are encouraged to serve the Lord by loving and serving their neighbors.

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Panel 2: Keeping Peace in the Courtroom and the Home: Can Violence be Mediated?

Anne Rufiange

Anne Rufiange received her Bachelor of Science from Mills College in New York City, and her Masters Degree Education in Guidance in Counseling from Stetson University in Florida. She studied abroad at the University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana and traveled abroad extensively. Rufiange has provided multiple services to the community including a Peace at Home parenting Program for fathers involved in domestic or child abuse, established a domestic violence certified Batterers Intervention program and a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Out-Patient Program and was presented with Best Practice award by DCF for Domestic Violence training provided to the Department of Children and Families. She has also developed a private counseling program named Families in Recovery of Central Florida, currently with three offices offering a variety of services to Families in Orange and Seminole County in the Orlando, Florida area, and experienced executive specializing in corporate development and strategic planning with an emphasis in grant writing. Currently, Rufiange is the CEO/ Clinical Director of Families in Recovery/ Families Against Abuse in Orlando, Florida.

Panel 3 PrePresentation: Lunch Presentation Slavery Among Us.  Recognizing the Signs of Human Traffi

Panel 3 PrePresentation: Lunch Presentation Slavery Among Us. Recognizing the Signs of Human Traffi

Nola Theiss

Nola is the Executive Director and founder of Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc. (HTAP). Its mission is to bring human trafficking to the forefront of public consciousness by helping communities form task forces and action projects and programs and sharing best practices among them and to prevent trafficking by educating targeted groups, including youth through its prevention programs.

She served as the founding Chair of the Lee County Human Trafficking Task Force (2005) and has served as its Coordinator and Outreach Director. She has spoken on Human Trafficking to community groups and professional organizations throughout Florida and the U.S., the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Canada, Poland and Australia and has helped organize dozens of human trafficking coalitions throughout the country. She has spoken at numerous professional conferences and distinguished speaker series, including a workshop during the UN Commission on the Status of Women 2013.

Nola served as the Mayor of Sanibel, FL and is a graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University, receiving her Master’s in Public Administration. She holds degrees from the University of Illinois and Johns Hopkins University. She has received awards from the National Association of Social Workers, Florida Chapter was named Distinguished Almuna Florida Gulf Coast University 2008. She was named a National Purpose Prize Fellow by the Civic Ventures Foundation and HTAP has been named as the Eileen Fisher North American Human Trafficking grant recipient.

Panel 3: Special Considerations in the Court System: Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness an

Panel 3: Special Considerations in the Court System: Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness an

Moderator: Gail Cordial

Gail Cordial is the Executive Director of Florida Partners in Crisis (FLPIC), a statewide advocacy organization working to improve services for people with mental illnesses and substance use disorders who become involved in the criminal justice system. Ms. Cordial has nearly 25 years’ experience in public policy work focused primarily on health care and mental health services in Florida, Georgia and Ohio. She became Executive Director of FLPIC in 2009 and has been instrumental in developing new programs to help educate judges, attorneys and court personnel about mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders. She has served as a member of the Florida Supreme Court Substance Abuse and Mental Health Task Force since 2011.

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Panel 3: Special Considerations in the Court System: Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness an

Jack Maloney

Jack Maloney is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Addictions Professional. Jack has been with Department of Veterans Affairs for 28 years and has been with the Vet Center program for 24 of those years. Jack is a Marine Vietnam Combat Veteran who served as a Radio Operator with the 12th Marines in 1969in Vietnam. Jack is a life-time member of Vietnam Veterans of America and a past-recipient of the Suffolk County, NY NASW’s “Social Worker of the Year.” award.

Mr. Maloney works with military combat veterans from all eras, who may be dealing with PTSD, sexual trauma and bereavement issues. He will speak to behaviors that may be associated with trauma, particularly the Iraq and Afghanistan Vets, VA services available to veterans, how to access those services and how attorneys can assist clients who may be in need of services.

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Panel 3: Special Considerations in the Court System: Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness an

Jason Wieseler, Psy.D.

Having trained and practiced as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Wieseler serves as the Senior Clinical Administrator at Circles of Care. He received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology degrees from the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Missouri. His dissertation focused on inmate attitudes toward mental health care in county jail populations. Dr. Wieseler focused his residency on treating underserved populations, Drug Court participants, and patients on federal probation. Dr. Wieseler moved to Florida in 2005 and practiced in private practice until joining Circles of Care in 2010.

Dr. Wieseler will present the community treatment provider’s perspective on working with problem-solving courts, guidelines for voluntary admission and involuntary examination under the Baker Act statute, types of behavioral health services and how to access those services.

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Lisa Mooty

Ms. Mooty will present information regarding problem-solving courts in Brevard County including drug, mental health and veteran’s courts. Information will include an overview of the history of these courts, eligibility requirements and completions. She will also discuss the interaction between problem-solving courts and the community resources necessary to assist offenders in meeting their required court sanctions.

Ms. Mooty will present information regarding problem-solving courts in Brevard County including drug, mental health and veteran’s courts. Information will include an overview of the history of these courts, eligibility requirements and completions. She will also discuss the interaction between problem-solving courts and the community resources necessary to assist offenders in meeting their required court sanctions.

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Panel 3: Special Considerations in the Court System: Dealing with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness an

Phil Archer, State Attorney

Phil Archer, a life-long Brevard County resident and 28-year veteran of the criminal justice system, was sworn in as State Attorney for Brevard and Seminole counties on January 8, 2013. Most recently, he served as the head of Operation Cease Fire where he reviewed and made filing decision on all firearm related crimes. Operation Cease-Fire is an effective crime-fighting partnership between the State Attorney's Office, federal prosecutors and agents, and state and local law enforcement which targets gangs and armed criminals for both federal and state prosecution. He previously served as a Division Chief in the Brevard County State Attorney's Office in several major slots as well as worked as a feony and misdemeanor trial attorney. He ran the White Collar Crime, Civil and Consumer Fraud unit for over 10 years. He has won the annual state Attorney Office "Pride in Excellence" award twice. Phil's undergraduate degree in political science is from the University of Central Florida and his Juris Doctorate Degree is from Florida State University.

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Kristopher J. Olsen, Ph.D., Psychologist

 

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

James J. Milucky, CPA

Founder and Principal of Forensic Accounting Specialists, Inc., James J. Milucky, Certified Public Accountant, has over 25 years of private and public accounting experience including financial management in manufacturing and industry.

Mr. Milucky’s practice focuses on forensic accounting, fraud investigation, business valuation, litigation support, expert reporting, testimony, tax and general accounting.

Over the course of a diverse manufacturing and industrial background, Mr. Milucky has developed the ability to adapt to various environments. Mr. Milucky has a keen investigative nature and the ability to distill large volumes of information into clear and concise presentations.

Mr. Milucky’s real world experience consists of financial management “in the trenches” from cost accountant to CFO. He has developed, installed and managed cost accumulation systems in multiple plant locations, reporting to both domestic and foreign owners. Through Mr. Milucky’s efforts, routines and controls were developed and installed, providing increased accuracy and timeliness of financial data reporting.

An accomplished public speaker and author, Mr. Milucky has been a keynote speaker for The Florida Society of Certified Public Accountants, Rotary International, Beta Alpha Psi, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, The National Association of Accountants for Cooperatives, Brevard Family Law Network, The Institute of Management Accountants and the Space Coast Condominiums Association. He served for three years as Chairman for the Palm Bay Municipal Charter School Authority and served on the Board and Executive Committee for the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Milucky holds the Master of Accounting degree from the University of Alabama, Birmingham and Bachelor of Finance from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley. Mr. Milucky served as adjunct instructor for the University of Alabama, Birmingham, teaching upper division cost accounting and as an instructor at Snead State Community College teaching Principles of Accounting.

A licensed Certified Public Accountant in Alabama, Florida and Georgia, Mr. Milucky is recognized as a Certified Forensic Accountant by the American College of Forensic Examiners and as a Certified Fraud Examiner by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He is a graduate of the Schools for Assistant and Senior Assistant Bank Examiners – FDIC, Washington, DC.

Memberships include the American College of Forensic Examiners, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, University of Alabama-Birmingham Alumni Society and Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Julie Glocker Pierce, Esq.

Julie Glocker Pierce is a two time graduate of the University of Florida. She has been licensed to practice law in Florida since 1984 and Board Certified in Marital and Family Law since 1995. Ms. Pierce has served on the Unlicensed Practice of law, Special Needs of Children and the Grievance Committees of the Florida Bar. She has served as religious education director and the parish advisory Board for Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. She has also served on the allocation committee for the United Way of Brevard County, the Board of Directors of the Haven Center for Abused and Neglected Children and has won the Pro Bono Service Award for the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit.

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Joel Wilson, Esq., Family Lawyer & Mediator

Joel Wilson has been a practicing attorney since 2001 and a mediator since 2005. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he earned his Law Degree and Master’s Degree in Social Work. Mr. Wilson has focused his legal practice solely on Family Law matters, including divorce, paternity, custody and parenting time disputes, child support, alimony, modifications, and relocations. An experienced mediator, litigator, and a proponent of the Collaborative Divorce Method, Mr. Wilson is most importantly a compassionate advocate for families in their time of difficulty. He lives with his wife and four children in the Melbourne area.

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Moderator: Brooke Deratany Goldfarb Esq.

Brooke Deratany Goldfarb, a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Virginia, was born and raised in Brevard County, Florida and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1996. President of Peaceful Beach Mediation & Collaboration, Inc. in Indialantic, Ms. Goldfarb is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family & Circuit Civil Mediator, Qualified Arbitrator & Parenting Coordinator, Divorce Facilitator, and Child Advocate. She serves as Adjunct Faculty and Prelaw Mentor at Florida Institute of Technology, where she is also a member of the Prelaw Advisory Board. Ms. Goldfarb began her legal career in Miami, Florida in 1996 as an associate at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig. In 1998, she moved to Washington, DC, where she practiced with the law firm of Swidler Berlin (now known as Bingham). From 2002-2004, as a legal recruiter at Mestel & Company, Ms. Goldfarb specialized in placing Ivy League lawyers at prestigious Washington, D.C. firms. Upon her return to Florida in 2004, Governor Jeb Bush appointed her to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 18th Judicial Circuit, where she helped select more than a half-dozen county and circuit court judges in Brevard and Seminole counties. In 2009, she was recognized as one of LEAD Brevard’s “4 Under 40.” Ms. Goldfarb currently volunteers with the Brevard County Guardian Ad Litem program helping children in foster care have a voice in the court system. She also volunteers as the Justice Teacher for Indialantic Elementary, teaching 6th graders about the importance of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. A member of the Brevard Bar Foundation, Brevard County Bar Association, Seminole County Bar Association, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Florida Academy of Professional Mediators, Zonta, Sally's Friends, the Women's Center and Serene Harbor Guilds, Ms. Goldfarb also serves on the boards of Brevard Family Partnership, Henegar Center for the Arts & Space Coast Ballet. She is currently a candidate for circuit judge in the 18th judicial circuit in and for Brevard County, Florida, Group 14.

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Panel 4: A House Divided: Financial Issues During Divorce

Alan Frisher: CDFA, President, Sage Financial Management LLC, Sage Divorce Planning LLC, President,

Alan Ross Frisher is an Investment Professional with expertise in Wealth Management, Retirement Planning, and the financial complexities surrounding Marital Divorce. His seamless strategies for total asset management have helped clients young and old achieve their financial dreams and goals. Alan is a fully licensed Registered Representative and currently holds Series 7, 66, Life and Health insurance licenses, as well as being Certified as a Divorce Financial Analyst. He began his career as a Financial Advisor in the year 2000 with American Express; during his three year career there, his financial planning strategies earned him numerous awards and honors. He excelled at stock and bond analysis, relationship and estate planning and quickly became a well-known Financial Advisor within his community. Alan is now the owner of his own financial planning practices called Sage Financial Management, LLC and Sage Divorce Planning, LLC.

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Panel 5: All About Ethics

James M. Nicholas, Esquire

James M. Nicholas practices law with an emphasis in civil and business litigation. He is Board Certified in Civil Trial and Business Litigation. He is a Board Certified Circuit Mediator, as well as a Board Certified Appellate Mediator. In addition, Mr. Nicholas is a Certified State and Federal Arbitrator and a Member of the Panel of Neutrals with the American Arbitration Association

Mr. Nicholas has thirty-three (33) years of trial practice experience in all areas of civil litigation including personal injury (both plaintiff and defense), first and third party insurance claims, product liability, medical malpractice, toxic torts, employment law, litigation, and general civil corporate matters. As a former Allstate claims adjuster, as well as an independent adjuster prior to law school, he has had considerable experience in bodily injury and wrongful death claims. Other experience has included business and construction litigation, property damage claims, as well as employment litigation involving employee benefits, Title VII discrimination, and ERISA/COBRA actions in federal and state court for various national corporations/employers.

James M. Nicholas has been engaged in the private practice of law since 1979. He received his J.D. from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois in 1979. In 1980, Mr. Nicholas was admitted to the Florida, Illinois, and Pennsylvania Bars. He was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1998. In addition to his legal credentials, Mr. Nicholas holds a Real Estate License, issued by the State of Florida, Real Estate Commission, as well as a Life, Health and Variable Annuity License, issued by the Florida Department of Insurance.

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Laura Chiesman

Laura is a lifetime resident of Brevard County, Florida, where she is very active in business, community and with her large extended family.

Laura began working in the Financial Services industry in 1985. She brings deep knowledge and experience in the investment advisory business, and her genuine care and concern for people, to her position as Wealth Coach at FirstWave Financial in Satellite Beach, Florida. In addition to her SEC and Insurance industry licensing, in 2006 Laura successfully completed the educational series and exams that qualifies her as a Certified Financial Planner TM professional. These attributes combine to make her uniquely qualified to provide planning and implementation of the strategies that her clients need to create the financial futures they have in mind.

I addition to her duties as a Wealth Coach to successful individuals and families, Laura leads the client service team at FirstWave Financial as the firm’s champion of Extreme Client Service.

In 2012 FirstWave Financial went through a complete reorganization that included a change in ownership, a doubling of the number of people on the team, physical relocation of offices and rebranding of the company. Laura is part of the three person leadership team that creatively solved the multitude of challenges and opportunities such an undertaking involved.

Laura is very active in community organizations including her positions on the Executive Boards of the American Business Women’s Association and Genesis House of Melbourne. She is married to Paul, and has two happy, grown children, and two wonderful grandchildren.

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Sue Kiley, M.S., LMHC, PhD. Candidate

Sue is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in practice for over 25 years and is a board qualified supervisor for mental health counselor and marriage and family therapy interns. Currently serving as the Director of Programs for The Women’s Center in Brevard County, Florida, she received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1988 from Nova Southeastern University and is completing her dissertation for her Ph.D. from Barry University.

Sue has trained both victim advocates and therapists in the dynamics of victimization and treatment strategies for survivors of violence. She created the Koolkids program (for children who have witnessed violence in their homes), created Violence Prevention Education programs going into junior high school and high school health classes throughout Brevard County, and served on the curriculum advisory committee with the Florida Department of Health and the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence. Sue is a Board Qualified Supervisor for LMHC & LMFT and serves on the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board, and the Sexual Violence Prevention Community Action Team for Brevard County.

Sue also provides outreach and professional trainings on topics such as Trauma Work, Women’s Issues, Ethics and Boundaries, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Self-injurious Behavior, Teen Dating Violence, Positive Parenting, Compassion Fatigue, and Human Trafficking, among others.

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Edward J. Kinberg

Edward Kinberg, of Kinberg & Associates, LLC, practices in the areas of government contract law, commercial law, construction law and mediation /arbitration. Mr. Kinberg is a Board Certified Construction Attorney and has extensive experience in government contracts and business law. He is also a Certified Mediator and a Qualified Arbitrator.

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Panel 5: All About Ethics

Moderator: Barbara Peterson

Decades of experience in the business and healthcare industries have honed Barbara’s abilities to effectively mediate conflicts. During the past ten years she has focused primarily on family conflicts, whether, marital, eldercare or business related. She has effectively resolved EEOC disputes, hospital/insurance company/medical staff issues, and numerous contract issues. Barbara was recruited to become a mediation trainer by two of the mediators who were at the forefront of bringing mediation to Florida. They have trained thousands of individuals who were interested in adding mediation to their legal practices or changing their careers to the field of mediation. As a family mediation primary trainer, Barbara has been responsible for leading the five-day mediation-training program required by the State of Florida Supreme Court for mediation certification. She also critiques role-plays for participants seeking circuit civil mediation certification as an assistant trainer in that category. Attendees have included lawyers, judges, and a variety of other professionals seeking certification. An alumnus of the University of Miami, she has assisted the University in fund-raising activities. While in south Florida, she served on the Family Service Agency Board. Barbara currently serves as Advisory Board Chairperson for the local Salvation Army Corps, consults with other boards, and assists in other ways in the community to help those who are in need. Barbara also enjoys time with family and her dog. She creates jewelry, stained glass, and mosaic art pieces and supports the arts.

Brooke Deratany Goldfarb Esq.

Chair of the Planning Committee and Sponsoring FIT Faculty Member for Successful Professionals

Brooke Deratany Goldfarb Esq.

Brooke Deratany Goldfarb, a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Virginia, was born and raised in Brevard County, Florida and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1996. President of Peaceful Beach Mediation & Collaboration, Inc. in Indialantic, Ms. Goldfarb is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family & Circuit Civil Mediator, Qualified Arbitrator & Parenting Coordinator, Divorce Facilitator, and Child Advocate. She serves as Adjunct Faculty and Prelaw Mentor at Florida Institute of Technology, where she is also a member of the Prelaw Advisory Board.

Ms. Goldfarb began her legal career in Miami, Florida in 1996 as an associate at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig. In 1998, she moved to Washington, DC, where she practiced with the law firm of Swidler Berlin (now known as Bingham). From 2002-2004, as a legal recruiter at Mestel & Company, Ms. Goldfarb specialized in placing Ivy League lawyers at prestigious Washington, D.C. firms. Upon her return to Florida in 2004, Governor Jeb Bush appointed her to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 18th Judicial Circuit, where she helped select more than a half-dozen county and circuit court judges in Brevard and Seminole counties. In 2009, she was recognized as one of LEAD Brevard’s “4 Under 40.” Ms. Goldfarb currently volunteers with the Brevard County Guardian Ad Litem program helping children in foster care have a voice in the court system. She also volunteers as the Justice Teacher for Indialantic Elementary, teaching 6th graders about the importance of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. A member of the Brevard Bar Foundation, Brevard County Bar Association, Seminole County Bar Association, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Florida Academy of Professional Mediators, Zonta, Sally's Friends, the Women's Center and Serene Harbor Guilds, Ms. Goldfarb also serves on the boards of Brevard Family Partnership, Henegar Center for the Arts & Space Coast Ballet. She is currently a candidate for circuit judge in the 18th judicial circuit in and for Brevard County, Florida, Group 14.

Edward J. Kinberg

Edward J. Kinberg

Edward Kinberg, of Kinberg & Associates, LLC, practices in the areas of government contract law, commercial law, construction law and mediation /arbitration. Mr. Kinberg is a Board Certified Construction Attorney and has extensive experience in government contracts and business law. He is also a Certified Mediator and a Qualified Arbitrator.

 

 

Barbara Peterson

Barbara Peterson

Decades of experience in the business and healthcare industries have honed Barbara’s abilities to effectively mediate conflicts. During the past ten years she has focused primarily on family conflicts, whether, marital, eldercare or business related. She has effectively resolved EEOC disputes, hospital/insurance company/medical staff issues, and numerous contract issues.

Barbara was recruited to become a mediation trainer by two of the mediators who were at the forefront of bringing mediation to Florida. They have trained thousands of individuals who were interested in adding mediation to their legal practices or changing their careers to the field of mediation.

As a family mediation primary trainer, Barbara has been responsible for leading the five-day mediation-training program required by the State of Florida Supreme Court for mediation certification. She also critiques role-plays for participants seeking circuit civil mediation certification as an assistant trainer in that category. Attendees have included lawyers, judges, and a variety of other professionals seeking certification.

An alumnus of the University of Miami, she has assisted the University in fund-raising activities. While in south Florida, she served on the Family Service Agency Board. Barbara currently serves as Advisory Board Chairperson for the local Salvation Army Corps, consults with other boards, and assists in other ways in the community to help those who are in need.

Barbara also enjoys time with family and her dog. She creates jewelry, stained glass, and mosaic art pieces and supports the arts.

Cindy Bishop, Esq.

Cindy Bishop, Esq.

A successful mediator in the 21st century needs to have a broad range of experience in many different areas of the law. Attorney/Mediator Cindy Bishop meets and exceeds that definition. Cindy Bishop is an attorney who has passed bar exams and has practiced law in five different states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, California, Texas, and Florida. Her legal background is varied; encompassing many areas of civil law, including business, environmental, construction, landlord/tenant, personal injury, estate planning, state and federal benefits, and insurance law. She has taught undergraduate legal courses as an adjunct professor at University of Texas at San Antonio, University of West Florida at Fort Walton Beach, and Rollins College Brevard. Cindy first became certified as a mediator in 1990 in California. She was immediately sold on the concept. She believes mediation is a great way to resolve many cases and is a strong proponent of this alternate dispute resolution tool. Cindy is now certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Civil and County Mediator. She is a member of The Florida Academy of Professional Mediators.

Alan Frisher

CDFA, President, Sage Financial Management LLC, Sage Divorce Planning LLC, President, Spokesman, Fam

Alan Frisher

Alan Frisher is the owner of Sage Financial. He is an investment professional with expertise in wealth management, retirement, and the financial complexities surrounding Divorce. His seamless strategies for total asset management have helped clients young and old work toward achieving their financial dreams and goals. Alan is a fully licensed Registered Representative with LPL Financial, and currently holds Series 7, 66, Life, Health, and Variable Annuity insurance licenses, and is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™).

 

 

 

Mary B. Cooler

Mary B. Cooler

Chief, Equal Employment Opportunity Training Branch (J-72). Ms. Cooler also functions as a facilitator for all of DEOMI’s civilian EEO courses. Additionally, she is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a court mediator.

Ms. Cooler is a 1983 graduate of the University of Mississippi with a major in Political Science. During this time, Ms. Cooler joined the two-year ROTC program and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Regular Army Signal Corps. Ms. Cooler’s awards include a multitude of civilian and military awards for superior performance, special acts, and certificates of appreciation for volunteerism. Upon graduating from college, duty assignments included various command and staff positions throughout Germany, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; Fort Gordon, Ga; the Federal Republic of Honduras; and Fort Leavenworth, Kan., primarily in direct support of JCS tactical and strategic communications missions. Ms. Cooler also served as an Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA) for 5th Signal Command, Worms, Germany, where she was responsible for programs throughout the European Theater.

Sue Kiley

M.S., LMHC, PhD. Candidate

Sue Kiley

Sue is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in practice for over 25 years and is a board qualified supervisor for mental health counselor and marriage and family therapy interns. Currently serving as the Director of Programs for The Women’s Center in Brevard County, Florida, she received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1988 from Nova Southeastern University and is completing her dissertation for her Ph.D. from Barry University.

Sue has trained both victim advocates and therapists in the dynamics of victimization and treatment strategies for survivors of violence. She created the Koolkids program (for children who have witnessed violence in their homes), created Violence Prevention Education programs going into junior high school and high school health classes throughout Brevard County, and served on the curriculum advisory committee with the Florida Department of Health and the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence. Sue is a Board Qualified Supervisor for LMHC & LMFT and serves on the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board, and the Sexual Violence Prevention Community Action Team for Brevard County.

Sue also provides outreach and professional trainings on topics such as Trauma Work, Women’s Issues, Ethics and Boundaries, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Self-injurious Behavior, Teen Dating Violence, Positive Parenting, Compassion Fatigue, and Human Trafficking, among others.

Brevard Bar Foundation

Brevard Bar Foundation

The Brevard Bar Foundation has two primary missions:

1. Improving public understanding of the role of law in our community and our country; and
2. Improving public understanding of the role of lawyers in our community.

To learn more about The Brevard Bar Foundation, please visit their website:

http://brevardbarfoundation.org/

Florida Institute of Technology

Department of Humanities and Communication

Florida Institute of Technology

Department of Humanities and Communication

Offering degrees in the Humanities, Humanities-Prelaw, and Communication, we put students at the forefront of the latest trends in mass communication, from studying the uses of rhetoric and philosophy to the history of science, the importance of language, cultural interaction, political science, graphic design, and communicative theory.

FirstWave Financial

Sponsor

FirstWave Financial

FirstWave Financial, formerly CPA Wealth Management Services, is an independent, fee-based, client centered wealth management company implementing fully integrated investment, retirement, tax and insurance solutions for our clients. Our offices are located in Satellite Beach and Orlando, Florida.

http://www.firstwavefinancial.com

 

Cooper Chiropractic: Acupuncture and Rehab

Sponsor

Cooper Chiropractic: Acupuncture and Rehab

Chiropractic | Rehab | Massage

Cooper Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Rehab Center - a professional Palm Bay chiropractic clinic. In practice as well as online, Palm Bay Florida 32905 chiropractor Dr. Cooper strives for excellence through superior patient treatment, education and satisfaction. Within our website, Palm Bay and surrounding area residents will find all types of health and wellness related information including information about our office and services, chiropractic, back and neck pain, work and auto injuries and much, much more.

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