Nina Johnson-Milewski is the owner, founder, and director of Gallery Diet in Wynwood.  She has produced over 30 solo and group exhibitions by new and emerging artists from around the world.

Eva Silverstein has spent her lifetime devoted to the arts and now she brings that passion to Miami's Arsht Center. She began dancing at the age of three and went on to dance her way across the globe performing on some of the world's most prestigious stages for nearly thirty years. Eva founded Silver-Brown Dance a non-profit foundation and modern dance company. While at Silver-Brown she created several outreach initiatives  – most notably a free, annual 9/11 memorial performance series in New York and a free residency program in New Orleans in response to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. In 2009, Eva hung up her dancing shoes and moved to sunny South Florida. She is currently the Director of Advancement at the Adrienne Arsht Center.

Seni Tienabeso spent the early part of his childhood in the Bahamas before moving to Philly's suburbs. He later moved to Atlanta and double majored in Political Science and Journalism at Emory University. Just before his senior year, Seni grabbed a camera, laptop and plane ticket to South Africa and set off to work. He spent his summer filming a documentary on a group of Apartheid freedom fighters. He credits this documentary with helping him land his first job in media at the Baltimore CBS-affiliate WJZ. Years later, he's now a producer for ABC News and in his own words: "covering Florida, Latin America, and wherever else the News Gods send me."

Miami's long had a reputation for being one of the world's glittery playgrounds and as such its hotels garner global attention. From Flagler's Royal Palm to the modern design gem that is the Fontainebleau, hotels speak to the mood in the Magic City. The latest mix of culinary, culture, and creativity has brought chic boutique offerings back to the forefront. Miami was ripe for something new and fresh and almost as if on cue LA's SBE landed in Miami with SLS, Hyde Beach, Katsyua, and The Bazaar. At the helm is Thomas Meding, Area General Manager for SBE Hotel Group which currently that includes the SLS South Beach and The Raleigh Hotel with SLS Brickell on the horizon.

For years, we've been watching Katrina Campins dominate Miami's residential real estate market with a roster of star athletes and celebrities. We've also watched Ms. Campins on The Apprentice and Miami Social. Now, she's once again heading back to television and showing us how she manages to find success, love, and balance all while dressed to the nines of course.