is an independent fundraising and communications consultant after many years employed in the not-for-profit sector. Dr. Martinez Carbonell holds a Doctorate in Public Administration with a concentration on non-profit management from NSU and is one of a limited number of fundraisers worldwide who have earned the CFRE credential (certified fundraising executive).
is a preservationist, historian, and Gables enthusiast. A semester abroad took him to Rome to study classical art and architecture, and he has also lived and traveled extensively throughout the Americas studying Spanish Colonial and Mission architecture. Dr. Gillis graduated from Duquesne University with a Pharm.D. and a Certificate in Intercultural Communications. He is a member of the Ponce Society of Young Professionals and The Villagers, Inc. Dr. Gillis continues to practice as a clinical pharmacist and is drafting the manuscript for his first full-scale book, “The History of Coral Gables,” in his spare time.
is an attorney at Bennett & Bennett; past president of HPACG, past member and chair Coral Gables Historic Preservation Board, current Chair Coral Gables Library Advisory Board. Ms. Bennett holds a Juris Doctorate from Florida State University.
is an art specialist and a well-known photographer who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Bachelor of Science in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; a Masters in Art Education from the University of Miami; and a Fine Arts Specialist Degree from Florida International University.
is an attorney practicing in Coral Gables for over 35 years, specializing in marital and family law. He holds a bachelors degree from the University of Miami, a juris doctor from Stetson College of Law and an advanced undergraduate diploma with honors in English history from the University of Oxford.
is currently a Cultural Resource Consultant. Ms. Uguccioni holds a Master’s degree in Architectural History from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. She has served as gubernatorial appointment to the Florida Historical Commission as well as published seven books about art and architecture. She was the City of Coral Gables representative on all matters concerning historic preservation during the rehabilitation of the Biltmore Hotel.