Get to know our TEAM
Get to know our TEAM
Anna Milaeva is the founder of Mangoes to Share. She is a traveler, a yogi and a sort of a nerd. She digs new experiences and loves connecting with like-minded people all over the world. She believes that lasting happiness ultimately comes from helping others and making this world a better place. She works as operations manager at a successful investments company in Miami and has a cat named Ernesto.
Nicolle is a lawyer/activist in Miami. She is currently a Co-Marshal for the Women’s March Miami Environmental Protection group, and organizes activism initiatives through People Power. She was previously involved with the Dade County Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Section as a Co-Chair for the Homeless Outreach Committee. She currently also lends her time to Put Something Back Miami-Dade Legal Aid, doing need based pro-bono work for the county. She helps Mangoes to share with the community outreach.
Kelly Fernandes is an attorney in Miami. Having studied environmental engineering in undergrad, she has an interest in sustainable living. She has been looking for opportunities to give back that resonated with her for a while, and is super excited now to be involved in this project benefiting children and our earth. She helps Mangoes to Share with fundraising activities and donor relations.
Steven Brownlee is artist, entrepreneur, goldsmith, jewelry instructor and #1 mango picker. He owns Jewelry Creations Workshops, a jewelry making school in North Miami, and when he isn’t teaching jewelry making classes or completing custom jewelry orders, he is practicing his advanced fruit picking skills and helps distribute harvests to homeless shelters around the South Florida area. Brownlee also teaches pro bono at the Lotus House Womens Shelter every few months.
Porchia is a certified personal trainer and an Army Veteran. He is the owner of Push by Porche, a personal training company in Miami. He loves basketball and mentoring children. Porchia was ecstatic about the opportunity of positively influencing the lives of children through sustainable nutrition and education and joined “Mangoes to Share” as the boot camp instructor and coordinator for the “Fit for Food” Fundraising Program.
Sandy Root is an acupuncturist, and owner of Root Acupuncture in Miami Beach, FL. When she was presented with the opportunity to be involved in helping countless people through projects with Mangoes to Share and Lovatt Foundation, she became and remains ecstatic at the real and effective possibility of helping others, not only locally in her practice, but in a myriad of ways globally. Sandy helps with event coordination and is our “Instagram Wizard”.