Fulfilling Florida’s Promise: University President’s Forum on the Dream Act and Immigration Reform
Join us on Tuesday June 29th, at 2:00 PM EST for Fulfilling Florida’s Promise: University President’s Forum on the Dream Act and Immigration Reform. Hear from higher education leaders including university presidents, administrators, advocates, and students, as they discuss how Florida’s future educated workforce relies on the passage of a Federal DREAM Act and bipartisan immigration solutions.
Time: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
- Dr. Eduardo Padron, President Emeritus, Miami Dade College and Board Member at the IMPAC Fund
- Dr. Julio Frenk, President, University of Miami
- Gregory Adam Haile, JD, President, Broward College
- Dr. George L. Hanbury II, President and CEO, Nova Southeastern University
- Dr. Jeffrey D. Senese, President, Saint Leo University
- David A. Armstrong, JD, President, St. Thomas University
- Jennifer Boyd-Pugh, MS, Vice President for University Administration, Barry University
- Idalia Quinteros, Dreamer, Miami Dade Honors College
- Gaby Pacheco, Director of Advocacy, Development and Communications theDREAM.us
- Miriam Feldblum, Executive Director of the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration
- Kathy Bird Carvajal, Executive Director, IMPAC Fund
- Mario Cartaya, CEO, Cartaya and Associates Architects
- Brandy M. Fransen, Senior Associate Director of International Admission, Rollins College
Florida’s economic engine becomes more productive as the proportion of educated workers increases. Young undocumented immigrants, otherwise known as Dreamers, for decades have enrolled into our higher education institutions, and have helped diversify and fufil labor needs. Yet, without the passing of a permanent legislative solution, the potential of these bright young minds is capped. Join us in advocating for permanent protections for Dreamers, who have been on the frontlines of our economic recovery and deserve a path to citizenship.
You can register here: https://bit.ly/FLUniversityForum