Imagining the Miami of 2040 – and helping our community build it.

Talent & Inclusion

As a historic demographic shift plays out in the United States over the next 25 years, Greater Miami can be a global model of what a uniquely diverse and skilled workforce looks like by increasing economic inclusion and driving social mobility through talent development.

Diversity is our great differentiator in Miami, and innovation is built on a diversity of people and ideas. Taken together, these present the opportunity to build a key competitive advantage that will drive Miami’s economy for years to come. Area colleges and universities are already leaders in making learning accessible, and work continues to expand vital efforts such as alternative training for upskilling and reskilling, business hiring pipelines, and accessible broadband for all families.

To remain competitive and responsive to workplace innovations, Miami has set a 65% goal for educational attainment by 2040.

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Opportunity Miami Partners

Co-Chairs

Rick Beasley

Rick Beasley

CareerSource SFL Executive Dir

Christine Barney

Christine Barney

CEO of rbb Communications

Daniella Levine Cava

Daniella Levine Cava

Mayor, Miami-Dade County

Academic Leaders Council

Barry University Florida International University Florida Memorial University Miami Dade College St. Thomas University University of Miami Miami-Dade County Public Schools

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