Good Work Miami was launched in 2014, combining the passion, experience and dedication of two community leaders who are entrenched in volunteer work in the South Florida community. Serving as volunteers in this community for more than 25 years, we truly understand the challenges that organizations face in today's professional and non-profit world. Making sure volunteers and professionals feel engaged, appreciated and good about their work is critical. "Connecting people to purpose" is more than a tagline, it's a goal. Good Work Miami is a resource for individuals, organizations and philanthropists. Emphasis is on collaboration and developing leadership to advance the effectiveness of the organization, and connecting people to opportunities for advocacy, engagement and purpose.
Adrian Dubow has been an active professional and volunteer in the Greater Miami Community for the past 30 years. Her passion and professionalism have guided her dedication to making a difference in the lives of others. She is a Past President of Temple Beth Am in Pinecrest, FL. She serves on the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, South Dade Board. Adrian is a founding member of Sharsheret, South Miami and serves as an outreach ambassador and peer supporter. She is a mentor with the Women of Tomorrow, Mentor and Scholarship Program. Adrian has held leadership roles with the Children’s Bereavement Center, Miami Cancer Institute, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Catholic Hospice and Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumni Association. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona and a certified Life Coach. Adrian and her husband, Ken, live in Miami and they have two grown children, Rachel and Brian.
Laura Koffsky is an active member of the Miami community. She serves on the Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s Board of Directors and is a member of the Jewish Federation of North America’s (JFNA) National Woman’s Philanthropy Board. Laura serves on the Board of Directors of Breakthrough Miami, and on the Board of Trustees of the University of Michigan Hillel. Laura is passionate about building a collaborative community and inspiring future leadership. She is a graduate of Indiana University and is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Program. She and her husband Dan live in Miami and they have three grown children, Jacob, Andrew and Emily.