McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey’s Farach Invited Into Leadership Florida’s Executive Class 11
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Manuel (Manny) Farach (Fort Lauderdale) has been invited into and graduated from Leadership Florida’s Executive Class 11.
Leadership Florida’s Executive Class is an executive-only program created for Florida leaders holding positions in the private and public sectors, providing them with the opportunity to gain a better understanding of Florida’s economy, government, history, and political dynamics, plus learn from nationally-recognized presenters on current demographic and generational trends.
“I’m thrilled to be part of this esteemed group, and look forward to the opportunities to learn and connect,” Manny said. “I’m also excited to advance Leadership Florida‘s mission of creating a statewide community of committed leaders, and to educate and inspire leaders to work across our strengths and diversities for a better Florida.”
Manny advises clients in complex real estate and business matters with a focus on real estate and creditors’ rights work. He is board certified by The Florida Bar in Real Estate Law, Business Litigation, and Appellate Law, one of only 15 members of The Florida Bar who are simultaneously certified in three areas of practice. In addition to his law practice and other professional activities, Manny is a former Chair of the Fourth D.C.A. Judicial Nominating Commission, chaired the Florida Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions for Contract and Business Cases, and serves as an Adjunct Professor of Real Estate Law at the Florida State University College of Law.
Since 1982, Leadership Florida, a respected non-partisan statewide organization, has taken the lead in training and developing leaders with a statewide view of Florida’s resources and needs. The organization produces educational programming for a wide spectrum of Florida’s leaders, including chief executive officers, seasoned business and nonprofit executives, elected officials, young professionals, leaders in Florida K-12 education, and top college and university students. Its nearly 1,300 active members are diverse in opinion, age, gender, geography, skills, interests, experience, ethnicity, occupation, and political affiliation, but unified in their respect for one another and in their commitment to building a better state for all citizens.