Saving the life of an animal is just the first step in the rehabilitation process for injured and orphaned wildlife at the South Florida Wildlife Center (SFWC); where the staff provides specialized therapy and treatment to support an animal’s full recovery in preparation for release back into their natural habitat. Their nursery team provides neonatal-like care for orphaned animals, and their habitats are designed to facilitate conditioning so that upon release, the wild patients leave in the healthiest condition possible. The goal is to release rehabilitated wild animals back to their natural habitats; including the re-nesting of baby animals with their parents and facilitating releases after full recovery from injuries. About 90% of the animals who come into the center suffer from injuries that are the result of negative interactions with people. SFWC works to educate the community about wildlife and how each of us can peacefully co-exist with our wild neighbors. In addition, they are a teaching hospital that provides an intern/extern program for veterinary students, future rehabilitators and others looking to pursue a career in any of the life sciences; SouthFloridaWildlifeCenter.org
The Go-Getters 2023
Located in one of the most diverse and dynamic business centers in the world, Miami Herbert Business School offers unparalleled opportunities to learn, engage and grow. The graduates are thought-leaders who transform business, scholarship and lives. To celebrate them, We partnered with the school to present our annual “Go-Getters” feature, honoring current students and recent grads, their successes, hopes and dreams.
It’s A Dog’s World
Inspired by the healing power of dogs, this editorial communicates the feelings that our beloved pets give us — a sense of calm, comfort, love, peace and joy. The custom-made pearls represent a human-dog connection that transcends space and time.