Aliette DelPozo Rodz Nominated as 2024 South Florida Woman of Impact by AHA


Miami partner Aliette DelPozo Rodz was recently nominated as a 2024 South Florida Woman of Impact by the American Heart Association.

Nominees participate in a 9-week blind competition, which launched on February 2 - National Wear Red Day – and runs through April 4. The competition is focused on women’s heart health, creating awareness and providing funds for advancing research. The participants recruit teams, build campaigns and inspire the community as part of the 2024 class of changemakers. The nominee whose team makes the largest impact in each market will be named the local Woman of Impact Award Winner.

On February 2, Aliette kicked off her Go Red Woman of Impact campaign. Attorneys and staff from across the firm participated by wearing their red shirts in support of the cause. Aliette is working alongside the organization to make the greatest impact possible on the future of women’s health in the South Florida community.

Additionally, the Go Red for Women Initiative, a global effort by the American Heart Association, allows individuals to come together for one cause, women’s cardiovascular disease.

If you would like to support Aliette’s campaign and help her reach her goals, please click here to donate.

About Aliette DelPozo Rodz

Aliette DelPozo Rodz is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is Co-Chair of the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group; Chair of the Cuba Task Force, and Chair of the firm's Diversity Committee. Aliette serves as lead trial counsel for companies involved in disputes in state and federal courts, in arbitration and before administrative agencies. She handles all aspects of litigation including preliminary and permanent injunction hearings, evidentiary hearings, bench trials, arbitrations and jury trials. Aliette has been recognized by South Florida Business Leaders, is a recipient of the In the Company of Women Government & Law Award, the Women Extraordinaire award and a finalist of Businesswomen of the Year, and has received recognition from Outstanding Lawyers of Miami-Dade County. Aliette has built a reputation as a tenacious commercial trial lawyer who advocates for U.S. and foreign companies, institutions in national and international disputes, and individuals in court, arbitration or through alternative resolutions.


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