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One Week in Israel is Not Enough, but it Sure is a Good Start

One week in Israel is not enough, but it sure is a good start. I have just returned from my first trip to Israel hosted by the AJC’s Project Interchange. Every year the AJC, together with the Knight Foundation, hosts a group of Miami tech entrepreneurs in Israel for an immersive experience. Through these one […]

50 Most Influential Latinas in the U.S.

I am honored to have been included in the 2018 list of the 50 most influential Latinas in the US. This is the moment to celebrate the success of female executives around the world who through hard work and perseverance have earned their way to the top in their field. I think we all aspire […]

Parrot Analytics: Measure Up – The Science of Popularity

I am thrilled to start 2018 by joining the board of Parrot Analytics. Parrot is a demand measurement platform that specializes in working with media companies to help them understand trends in content consumption all over the world. With an extremely easy to use interface, clients can see how their own content and their competitor’s […]

Can a Conglomerate Be Nimble?

A few weeks ago I was invited to speak at the Yale School of Management as part of the Becton Distinguished lecture series. It was an honor to share my thoughts with such an impressive group of graduate students as well as with Dean Edward “Ted” Synder  and my host and interviewer Tim Collins. What […]

Following the Footsteps of Brandon Tartikoff One Generation at a Time

I always look forward to the start of the New Year. People are recharged and energized and there seems to be great business momentum. January also marks the opening of NATPE, set to start next week in Miami. NATPE is the most important international Market and Conference held in the U.S. It is committed to […]

Bringing Space Down to Earth

On a recent trip to Boston, I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with Prof. Paulo Lozano who teaches aeronautics and astronautics, (“the Space Program”) at MIT.  He has been working on creating miniature satellites for about a decade, and is very close to finally launching the first set into orbit.  What was meant to be […]

Finding the Right Balance: The Global Impact of Business

There are leaders we look up to, causes we care about, foundations we support.  In those formative years  when we  start making choices that impact who we will become as adults many of us feel a calling for doing good, others  for making money,  some want to change the world, others just want  to have […]

The first 100 days as CEO

I never thought 100 days would go by so fast. I feel like I hit the ground running and haven’t quite slowed down. Looking back at what we have been able to accomplish, the challenges we have faced and the opportunities that we have identified it’s no wonder I feel like I have been on […]

On becoming CEO

The hardest part of my job will be to grow the company at the rate that my father did. His success is due in part to his extraordinary ability to project the outcome of a deal extremely early, and in part due to his 30 year partnership with Steven Bandel, our company’s current CEO.  For […]