September 2015, Volume 19, Number 4

Making Their Mark

Roberto R. Muñoz

Banker Built Leadership Skills at MDC

Alumnus Robert R. Muñoz used his MDC foundation to develop a global bank’s South Florida footprint.

Dr. Mario García

The Door to the American Dream

MDC transformed the life of acclaimed journalist Dr. Mario García.

Luis O. Revuelta

Sky-High Endeavors

Architect Luis O. Revuelta built the early foundation of his future career success at MDC.

MDC alumnus Michael Palmer

Ooh La La

Firefighter Michael Palmer shifts careers to become a baker in France with the help of MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute.

Alumna Luisa Santos

Just Say ‘Moo’

Miami eats up Honors College grad’s clever twist on ice cream.

MDC alumna Danyelle Carter

Media Maven With a Mission

While excelling in a TV station internship, graduate Danyelle Carter keeps an eye focused on service to others.

MDC alum Luis Larco

Thriving in Silicon Valley

Alum Luis Larco is excelling in his new job as a software engineer at Google.

SAS and MDC alumna Angela Ortiz

An Inspiration to Others

Angela Ortiz is making her mark on the world after surviving cancer and earning a full scholarship to Harvard.

Miami Dade Public Defender Carlos J. Martinez

Alumni Answer the Call to Serve

Miami-Dade County government rests in good hands with MDC alumni leading the way.

Josep Roca and Marcelo Sardina

Cooking With the World’s Best

Two MDC culinary students are hand-selected for a coveted internship in Spain alongside renowned chefs.

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