Miami DDA Staff

All of us at the Miami DDA are dedicated to help grow, strengthen, and promote the economic health and vitality of Downtown Miami. Take a look below at your Miami DDA staff and the best way to contact us.

Leadership, Advocacy & Operations

Alyce M. Robertson

Executive Director

Christina Crespi

Deputy Director

Elena Bondarenko, Esq., LL.M.

Government Relations

Ivonne de la Vega

Board Secretary

Ivonne Berrios

Senior Manager of Accounting and Finance

Elvira Manon

Executive Assistant

Nicolas Dabdoub

Information Technology Coordinator

Economic Development & Research

Ilona Vega

Business Development

Niki Mangan

Business Development

Antoine Williams

Business Concierge

Kathryn Angleton, AICP

Research + GIS

Marketing & Communications

Kim Hills

Marketing & Communications, Senior Manager

Yami Roa

Marketing & Outreach

Emerson Calderon

Creative & Design

Planning Design & Transportation

Patrice Gillespie Smith

Planning, Design & Transportation, Senior Manager

Neal Schafers

Urban Design & Capital Improvements

Lawrence Young

Planning, Design + Transportation

Wanda Mendez

Flagler PIO

Enhanced Services

Jennifer Rodero

Enhanced Services & Quality of Life, Senior Manager

Erik Austin

Enhanced Services & Quality of Life, Coordinator

Kevin Garrett

Field Operations Supervisor, DWNTWN Enhancement Team

Eugene Gordon

Field Technician, DWNTWN Enhancement Team

Alvin Brantley

Field Technician, DWNTWN Enhancement Team

Henry Burse

Field Technician, DWNTWN Enhancement Team

Michelle Lewis

Field Technician, DWNTWN Enhancement Team


Kenia Silva

Office Assistant & Receptionist

Prisca Tomasi

Administrative Assistant

Isaac Pineira

Office Assistant & Graphics

Public records status of e-mail addresses; agency website notice.—Any agency, as defined in s. 119.011, or legislative entity that operates a website and uses electronic mail shall post the following statement in a conspicuous location on its website: Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. History.—s. 1, ch. 2006-232.



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