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Carlton Fields Shareholder Steven J. Brodie Named Co-Chair of 2018-19 United Way Annual Campaign

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Carlton Fields Shareholder Steven J. Brodie will co-chair United Way of Miami-Dade’s 2018-19 annual campaign, his second consecutive year in the role. The 2017-18 campaign raised $41.6 million for education, financial stability, and health programs in Miami-Dade County. Brodie, also a longtime United Way board member, will work alongside co-chairs Matthew B. Gorson of Greenberg Traurig and Jose R. Mas of MasTec.
 
“Our annual campaign sustains our work, and we couldn’t do it without civic and business leaders like Steve … who help us fight for every person in our community,” Maria C. Alonso, president and CEO of United Way of Miami-Dade, said in a statement.
 
Brodie is Carlton Fields’ Miami office co-managing shareholder and co-leader of the firm's Property and Casualty Insurance practice and Insurance industry groups.
 
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