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Advisory Board Member

North Miami Community Redevelopment Director

Rasha Cameau is currently the Executive Director of the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency (NMCRA) working at the organization as it has continued to eliminate conditions of blight that exist within the City of North Miami, revitalizing the City’s physical, economic, educational and social resources. Initially brought in as consultant to guide the NMCRA’s organizational in-house operations, Mrs. Cameau’s accomplishments include reorganizing agency operations, updating the redevelopment plan, assisting numerous neighborhood businesses with grants, attracting new businesses such as Café Crème restaurant, and was part of the team that successfully negotiated a 29-year interlocal agreement with Miami-Dade County to extend the existence of the North Miami CRA to 2044.

Mrs. Cameau successfully launched the NMCRA’s first-ever branding campaign for Downtown NoMi, including creating a new website; implementing streamlined processes for the CRA, and managing numerous capital improvement projects in the Downtown core. She also drafted the first Standard Operating Procedures Manual to ensure efficient and effective management of the Agency.

Prior to her role in North Miami, Mrs. Cameau was the founding Director of the Little Haiti Cultural Center, responsible for the creation of its operations and programming, policies and procedures. Prior to that, she was the Little Haiti NET Administrator, responsible for business and municipal service relations. One of her prized accomplishments was securing funds for and managing the construction of Toussaint L’Ouverture statue and open space.

Mrs. Cameau is a graduate of Florida International University (FIU) with a Bachelor of Public Administration as well as a Master of Business Administration. She is also a Certified Florida Redevelopment Professional and she is Vice Chair of the NW 79th Street Corridor CRA, and a trustee of the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida.