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One Community One Goal The purpose of One Community One Goal (OCOG) is to provide Miami-Dade County with a roadmap for its future economic development.

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1 One Community One Goal The purpose of One Community One Goal (OCOG) is to provide Miami-Dade County with a roadmap for its future economic development success. 1

2 Background – July 2011 Economic Conditions * Unemployment rate in July 2011 was 13.1% * Competition among cities and regions are at an all time high * Increased Workforce Skills Gaps * Need for Economic Diversity * Challenged with Talent Retention Housing Boom Financial Market Crash Recession Start of 2 nd OCOG July 2011 Miami-Dade County's Unemployment Rate (2002 – 2013) 2

3 Basis of the Study Evaluation of Miami-Dade County’s Strengths and Challenges Identification of Target Industries and Emerging Sectors Creation of Inventory of Education Assets Community Participation that included over 5000 participants, multiple focus groups and over 4100 survey responses. Background – July 2011 3

4 Conclusions Develop a strategic plan for industry diversification and job growth, including recommendations for business environment improvements and target industries. Establish a world-class educational ecosystem to retain talent, attract new companies and ensures worker availability. Create a unified vision with private sector, public sector, industry and academia leaders. Background – July 2011 4

5 Strategic Intent Provide a Roadmap for the Future Create a Unified Single Vision Cross Entity Collaboration Align Leadership Organizations Develop a Global Renowned Educational System Advance Economic Diversification - Target Industries Promote Economic Development & Marketing Grow Entrepreneurship and Innovation Establish a Vibrant & Sustainable Economy 5

6 Timeframes April 2011 – May 2012: Strategic Planning Process June 2012 – July 2017: Implementation 6

7 Leadership 7

8 Target Industries Aviation Creative Design Hospitality & Tourism Information Technology Int’l Banking & Finance Life Sciences & Health Care Trade & Logistics E D U C A T I O N Workforce Development Physical Infrastructure Entrepreneurship & Innovation Business Climate & Policy Economic Development Marketing 8

9 Task Force - Implementation 9

10 4  AviationMarket Aviation Industry Support International Airshow  Creative DesignEstablish Creative Design Incubator  Hospitality & Tourism Development of Miami Beach convention center  Information Communications Technology Build Cohesive IT Community Attract IT Investors Recommendations – In Process 10

11 4  International Banking & Finance Expand Banking Career Ladders & Bridge Programs  Life Sciences & Healthcare (LF&H) Expose Students to LF&H Industry Promote Miami-Dade County as a Medical Tourism Center of Excellence  Trade & Logistics (T&L) Increase T&L Educational Programming Promote T&L Industry Recommendations – In Process 11

12 Education - Implementation FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Mark B. Rosenberg President & ALC Chair BARRY UNIVERSITY Sister Linda Belivacqua President FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY Roslyn Artis. Interim President MIAMI DADE COLLEGE Eduardo Padron President MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Alberto M. Carvalho Superintendent ST. THOMAS UNIVERSITY Msgr. Franklyn Casale President UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Donna Shalala President 12

13 4  Education Address the “skills gap” in our target industries Establish an educational ecosystem  In Process – Academic Leaders Curricula alignment with target industries Talent Development Network internship program Collaboration on educational issues (Pell Grants, Bright Futures) Recommendations – In Process 13

14 New Leaders Task Force (NLT) The NLT is focused on Talent Retention, Young Leader Engagement and University Outreach. 14

15 American Airlines Baptist Health South Florida Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau Miami Dade County Shaffer Foundation The Beacon Council The Beacon Council Economic Development Foundation The Miami Foundation Walmart Foundation Wells Fargo Funding Shaffer Community Fund 15

16 4 Strategic Plan Completed Governance Implemented Promotion and Communication Plans Executed More than 140 presentations across the county completed Partnerships Established Private sector, public sector, academic and community-based organizations Accomplishments 16

17 OCOG is… Creating jobs and lowering unemployment. Cultivating a community of talented young professionals who are vested in Miami-Dade County’s future growth. Producing higher paying jobs and reducing under- employed. Developing a brighter community future through the enhancement of Education, K-12, College and Universities. Establishing a diverse economy with a focus on Miami- Dade County’s industry strengths. Improving the Quality of Life for all communities across the entire County. 17

18 Annual Report to the Community Save the Date OCOG Annual Report to the Community June 11, 2014 Shaping the Future of Miami-Dade County Creating a World Renowned Educational Ecosystem Cultivating a Vibrant Community of Talented Young Professionals Networking starts at 11:15 a.m. Program and Lunch start at Noon Sponsorships Available! Contact Joe Hovancak at 305-579-1351 or 18

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