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Monday, June 6, 2011

Kelliann McDonald Honored by The Miami Herald as one of South Florida’s “40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow”

Another win for Marketing and Public Relations Strategist Kelliann McDonald as Legacy Magazine, in partnership with The Miami Herald, selects her as one of South Florida’s “40 Under 40 Leaders of Today & Tomorrow.”

The elite distinction is granted annually by a distinguished and highly selective committee comprised of past 40 Under 40 alumni.

McDonald is a dynamic young leader in South Florida commercial real estate whose expertise in marketing and concern for civic engagement and community-building has positioned her as a standout professional and upstanding citizen.

Recently heading up the successful Public Relations efforts for the philanthropic First Annual Legacy Gala benefiting the Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, McDonald manages to merge her passion for her work with what she feels is her duty to give back to the community.

For her ambitious spirit and tenacious work ethic McDonald, along side the 39 other awardees, will be honored at a June 24th luncheon and her achievements will be featured in the June 20th issue of The Miami Herald's Business Monday.

"It is an absolute honor to be named as one of Legacy Magazine’s 40 Leaders of Today & Tomorrow,” said McDonald. “I am humbled to be in the company of a cohort of multi-dimensional leaders forging ahead dedicated to the livelihood and success of the community."

Other notable “40 Under 40” award winners include: Kevin V. Michael, Co-founder and Managing Partner of INVIZIO, Michelle Madison, Creator and co-host of The A.M. Show, TeleAmerica Broadcasting Network and Max Pierre, CEO of Gorillas Lifestyle Marketing.

The “40 Under 40 Leaders of Today & Tomorrow” distinction marks the second major honor McDonald has received in recent months. Earlier this year McDonald was awarded the John T. Riordan Professional Education Scholarship given by the International Council of Shopping Centers Foundation to promising young professionals in commercial real estate.

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