November 2021 Contents
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Women in Leadership
Profiles of nine women leaders who are taking leadership roles in their fields.
Three high schoolers prove to be top-grade entrepreneurs.
With demand for nursing services high as a result of the pandemic, colleges and hospitals face shortages not only of nursing students, but also the faculty to teach them.
FIU's nursing dean sends out a plea for help to train faculty.
CRNAs plan another push for fewer supervision requirements.
USF works to prepare nursing students for the realities of the job.
FAU rolls out two new education programs to deliver more nurses.
Baptist Health and Jacksonville University team up to boost nursing ranks.
Best Wishes to a Friend...
Mark Howard is one of the finest editors and most decent human beings I've encountered.
Lynetta Usher Griner
"The older I get, the more I appreciate growing up in Chiefland."
Florida's Trade MVP
Manny Mencia has enjoyed a singular perspective on Florida's economic revolution.
10 Years of Change
From 2010-20 Florida's population grew by 14.6% to more than 21.5 million. The boom didn't include all of Florida's counties, however.
Voters in many Florida counties take advantage of local option taxes to fund some public services. The Legislature has moved to restrict that flexibility, however.
With no state income tax, Florida's government generates the bulk of general revenue from sales tax collections.
Florida's Philanthropy Guide
Florida's philanthropic institutions are working with local businesses to help shape Florida's future.
Around the State
Blue Zones Center
Adventist Health will open a wellness center at Legacy Hotel & Residences.
Lean and Bigger
DeliverLean now provides meals to patients discharged from hospitals.
Dr. Patrick Hwu’s talents aren’t just limited to the field of immunology.
Banking on Growth
CNB opened a regional headquarters in downtown Orlando and launched a subsidiary.
UNF to create and operate the Crowley Center for Transportation and Logistics.
AMIkids Panama City Marine Institute certified more than 50 teenagers in underwater robotics.
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