Conversations: May 26, 2020
Miami-Dade County Commissioner and Mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava and artist Xavier Cortada discuss the impact of the pandemic on Miami-Dade County and its municipalities. In their Miami Corona Project Conversation they explore the connection between environmental concerns and future pandemics, the hardship suffered by our most vulnerable residents, and how we can be more prepared for future pandemics. The two-term commissioner explains what she would do as County Mayor to lead us through the crisis and concludes the conversation with a message of hope for our community.
About Daniella Levine Cava
Daniella Levine Cava is a county commissioner representing South Dade. She joined the County Commision in 2014 as an independent champion for our people and planet. She has the vision, integrity, experience and know-how to make real change. She stands up against the status quo to protect our environment, expand public transit, support working families and hold special interests accountable. She has been a tireless advocate for Miami-Dade residents, businesses and communities for 40 years and is the visionary founder of one our community’s preeminent nonprofits, Catalyst Miami. In 1999, Daniella Levine Cava led the community effort to establish the first-ever Living Wage Ordinance in Miami-Dade County and since then, she has been a leader in community job creation and support for small businesses to grow and thrive. Now she’s running for Miami-Dade County Mayor to make history matched with a vision and a plan to get stuff done. As the first woman mayor of Miami-Dade County, Daniella will continue to take on the “business-as-usual” attitude in County Hall and deliver results. She has been at the forefront of the County’s response to COVID19, leading the way to ensure healthcare professionals are protected, employees have a voice and residents have access to the social services so many need today.
Twitter – @votedaniella & @DLCAVA
Facebook – @CommissionerCava & @levinecava
Instagram – @dlcava