WOMEN TALK: Above, panelists Amy Rosenberg, Jean Blackwell Font, Latoya Stirrup and Graylyn Swilley-Woods. Below, moderator, Carla Hill, right, shares a laugh with SwilleyWoods.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF MICHELLE HOLLINGER
To close out Women’s History Month, Art Africa Miami in conjunction with Harris Public Relations hosted “Women Shifting the Arts, Culture and Technology Landscape in South Florida” on March 22 at the Art Africa Miami museum in Overtown. The panel discussion featured, from left, Amy Rosenberg, Chief Development Officer for Friends of The Underline; Jean Blackwell Font, Betsy Hotel representative; Latoya Stirrup, President of Digital Grass and Co-host of Tech, Beats and Bytes and Graylyn Swilley-Woods, Executive Director of the Overtown Children and Youth Coalition. The discussion was moderated by Carla Hill, Education and Outreach Manager for the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center.