Now more than ever, America must come together around shared values, to build stronger communities and help every person. That’s why our United Way recently partnered with Peter Buffett, musician and philanthropist (and the youngest son of investor Warren Buffett) for a community conversation that engaged more people more deeply in lasting change.
Since 2016, our United Way has operated United Way Mission United — a single point of entry for veterans to access the help they need, at no cost. We’re making the transition from active duty to civilian life as seamless as possible, with events, workshops and outreach activities to keep empowering veterans, year-round.
The former CEO of PepsiCo shared lessons she’s learned throughout her career with 1,200 women leaders at the University of Miami campus for United Way’s Women United Breakfast recently. Nooyi urged women to solidify in sisterhood by trusting one another more and pulling each other up.
Miami’s most influential and successful women will celebrate philanthropy and service to community at next year’s Women United Breakfast, featuring Indra Nooyi, chairman of PepsiCo, who has been consistently ranked among the world’s most powerful women by Forbes and Fortune magazines.
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Addressing a crowd of about 1,000 influential women, Andrea Jung shared secrets of success and talked about her fascinating journey to being named one of Forbes Magazine's "Most Powerful Women in the World."
Andrea Jung, named by Forbes magazine as one of the Most Powerful Women in the World, will be the featured speaker at our 17th Annual Women United Breakfast in January 2018.