brings to the Center over 20 years of experience in highly demanding
professional environments with an extensive background in office
management, administration and computer systems.
Adriana served as
a volunteer in the public school system where she worked with
children with reading disabilities, providing individualized
tutorial assistance. She went on to develop a full learning
program for children with special needs at a local elementary
school and headed fundraising activities to provide financial
assistance for the program. Her commitment to helping children
is further demonstrated as Adriana became an active member of
the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, Dade County Council
PTA and was elected vice president and subsequently president
for two consecutive years.
Adriana studied at the University of Miami and earned a degree in Criminology and Business Law.
Born in Argentina, Adriana has
been a resident of Miami since 1978; she is married and has three children.
Adriana is the Assistant Director of the Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary
Judaic Studies. She acts as the assistant to the Director of
the Miller Center and Feldenkreis Program in Judaic Studies.
Manages the Center's affairs and serves as liaison with all the UM departments, faculty, deans,
students, donors and general public. Adriana handles the Center’s
financial administration and human resources as well as major
public relations tasks and the coordination of public events.