Meet the Council

  • Jonathan I. Kislak

    Jonathan Kislak began his career at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston as a Regional Representative responsible for processing branch applications for the New England region. From 1991 to 1999, he operated Kislak Capital Corporation, a successful investor in start-up and early stage companies. Jon served as Chairman Emeritus of Kislak National Bank until its sale in January 2005.

  • Gene Marshall

    Gene Marshall is the immediate Past Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Council for Educational Change, an independent educational non-profit organization serving the state of Florid

  • Jeffrey Miller

    Jeffrey Miller is a South Florida business leader, having had businesses in commercial real estate, banking, utilities and healthcare.

  • Sue Miller

    Sue Miller is a Board Member and Chair of the Council for Educational Change’s Educational Advancement Committee.  Her volunteer duties focus on these major activities:

  • Eric Montes de Oca

    Eric Montes de Oca holds the position of Vice President and is also an Equity Partner of Grycon LLC, a leading South Florida General Contractor and Construction Management

  • Arthur Noriega, V

    Arthur Noriega is the newest Council Board Member. He is an executive with a strong background in construction, operations, and urban development projects with over 16 years of parking industry experience. Mr. Noriega has headed the Miami Parking Authority since 1999. As Chief Executive Officer, he oversees all of the parking and enforcement operations in a major metropolitan city.

  • Andrew S. Rosen

    Andrew S. Rosen is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kaplan, Inc.  Rosen joined Kaplan in 1992 and was named Chairman and CEO in November 2008.

  • Peter S. Rummell

    Peter Rummell has been active in the real estate development industry for almost 40 years.

  • Steven J. Saiontz

    Steve is the former Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Council for Educational Change.

  • Ned Shandloff

    Ned Shandloff began his affiliation with the Council when he served as the business partner for Coral Gables Senior High School as a part of the Executive PASS© program. This partnership was so successful, that the school is now a participant in the PASS program. Ned was instrumental in assisting the principal in organizing an Alumni Association to provide scholarships for students.