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                        Taddeo

Personal & Career

Legislative Service

  • Elected to the Senate September 26, 2017, reelected subsequently

Other Public Service

  • Democratic National Committee, Florida Member, 2013-2016
  • Democratic National Committee Hispanic Caucus for Southern States, Chair, 2013-2016
  • Democratic National Committee Small Business Caucus, Vice Chair, 2013-2016
  • Florida Democratic Party, Vice Chair, 2013-2016
  • Democratic National Committee Executive Committee, Member, 2013-2016
  • Miami-Dade Democratic Party, Chair, 2013-2016
  • Safe Neighborhood Parks Citizens Oversight Committee, Miami-Dade County Appointment, 2002

Honors and Awards

  • Chosen as Charlie Crist's running mate for Lieutenant Governor, 2014
  • Helped organize fight against Dolphin Stadium tax giveaway, Debates, Public Forums, Media Appearances, 2013
  • South Florida Movers and Shakers Award, Business Leader Magazine, 2009
  • Top 100 Small Businesses in Florida and Top 500 Small Businesses in the U.S., DiversityBusiness.com, 2008
  • WIPP Entrepreneurial Diversity Award, 2007
  • Top 500 Diversity Owned Businesses in the U.S., DiversityBusiness.com, 2007
  • Businesswoman of the Year Award, CAMACOL, 2006
  • Colombia Exterior Foundation Entrepreneurial Award, 2005
  • Minority Business Champion of the Year - South Florida District, U.S. Small Business Administration, 2005
  • Businesswoman of the Year, Office Depot Success Strategies, 2005
  • Bronze Medal Award for Entrepreneurial Success, Miami Today, 2005
  • Top 50 Latina Entrepreneurs in the U.S., Hispanic Magazine, 2004, 2005
  • Latina Excellence Award, Hispanic Magazine, 2004
  • Business Woman of the Year, South Florida Business Journal, 2004
  • Businesswoman of the Year, National Republican Congressional Committee's Business Advisory Council, 2003
  • Business Star, Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), 2002
  • International Businesswoman of the Year, Women in International Trade, 2002
  • Annette Taddeo Day, proclaimed by Miami-Dade County Mayor Alex Penelas, 2002
  • Up and Comers Award, The Business Journal, 2001
  • 101 Most Powerful and Influential Women, Miami Metro Magazine, 2001
  • Leadership Award, Women's Chamber of Commerce of Miami-Dade County, 1999

Affiliations

  • Women's Business Enterprise National Council, Past National Forum Chair
  • Belizean Grove, Member
  • Beth Am Congregation, Member
  • Hadassah, Lifetime Member
  • Coalition of Dade County Chambers of Commerce, Past Chairman of the Board, Former Secretary/Treasurer
  • Women's Chamber of Commerce of Miami-Dade County, Past Chairperson
  • Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Past Board Member
  • League of Women Voters, Past Board Member
  • Committee of 200, Past Member
  • Women Corporate Directors, Past Member
  • Women Impacting Public Policy, Founding Partner, Past Board Member
  • The Commonwealth Institute, Past CEO Forum Member
  • National Association of Women Business Owners, Past Member
  • Women's Executive Leadership, Past Member
  • Women's President's Organization, Past Member
  • Atlantis on Brickell Condominium, Past President and Chairman of the Board
  • Beth David Congregation, Past Board Member
  • Women in International Trade, Past Member

Biographical Information

Occupation: Founder and CEO of LanguageSpeak
Spouse: Eric Goldstein, Ph.D. of Miami, FL
Children: Sofia Taddeo Goldstein
Education:
  • Dartmouth Tuck School of Business, Advanced Executive Education Program, 2004; Executive Education Program, 2003
  • University of North Alabama, B.A., Commercial Spanish, 1992
Born: Colombia
Religious Affiliation: Jewish
Recreation: Spending time with family, reading, volunteer activities, mentoring, playing with my dogs, travel
Consists of part of Miami-Dade county

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Senator 40 Senate Tallahassee
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District (305) 596-3003
Capitol (850) 487-5040
Email taddeo.annette.web@flsenate.gov
Twitter http://www.Twitter.com/@Annette_Taddeo
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