Myya Passmore

SpecialityMarketing and Outreach Trailblazer
Marketing Coordinator at the Southeast Overtown Park West Community RedevelopmentMyya is a marketing and outreach strategy trailblazer. She is the Marketing Coordinator at the Southeast Overtown Park West Community Redevelopment and the CEO of AYYM Holdings L.L.C. (pronounced AIM), a certified SBE & M/WBE holding company that houses Myya's real estate, public speaking and marketing companies. Under the AYYM brand, she founded Culture 44, an integrated marketing consulting agency focused on marketing & PR strategy development, creative digital content and community outreach development for brands interested in connecting with multicultural audiences. She is a savvy businesswoman with a sincere infinity for diversity & inclusion, marketing communications, real estate, and entrepreneurship. She started her career as a news reporter and executive producer of All Things Considered at WUFT-FM, a NPR Affiliate station before transitioning into advertising sales as an Account Executive for radio and digital media for Radio One DC and iHeart Media. In this role Myya managed local advertising campaigns for Coca-Cola, Ruby Tuesday, Mercedes Benz, and more. Myya obtained her Bachelors of Science degree from University of Florida in Telecommunication News with a minor in African Studies. She is also a graduate of Florida International University where she obtained her Masters of Science degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. To date, her marketing consulting resume includes Cigna Health, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Steve Harvey Worldwide, CareerSource South Florida, and The City of North Miami to name a few. Myya community involvement track record expands holding a former role as the Vice Chairwoman for the Small/Micro, Minority/Women and Veteran Business Advisory Committee for Miami Dade County Public Schools, At-Large Seat on the Miami Dade County Millennial Task Force, and being an Alumnae of the New Leaders Council Miami Chapter. Myya is the recipient of the 40 Under 40 Legacy Magazine Award, Miami Dade Chamber Young Achievers Award, Miami County Commissioner Barbara Jordan Certificate of Appreciation Award, and Miami City Commissioner Frank Carollo Community Champion Award.

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