Miami-Dade Economic Advocacy Trust (MDEAT), a county agency charged with ensuring that Black residents participate in Miami-Dade County’s economic growth, recently welcomed its newly elected executive board!
During its December Meeting, MDEAT’s board members unanimously elected Hannibal Burton as its new chairman. Burton has recently served as the MDEAT Economic Development Action Committee Chairperson, as well as trustee for the agency.
The trustees also elected Julio Piti and Rashard D. Thomas as first vice chairman and second vice chairman, respectively.
The MDEAT Board meets monthly and leverages three action committees: Economic Development Action Committee, Housing Advocacy Committee, and Youth Action Committee. Meetings are open to the public and posted online.
Join Hy-Lo in congratulating the new MDEAT officers!
This is a Hy-Lo News Staff Report.