Miami’s Legacy Magazine is honoring Dionne Anderson, co-founder and principal of The Design Group, as one of South Florida’s 50 Most Powerful Black Professionals in Business in 2013.
Anderson, who founded the major national decor, special events production and logistics company with a who’s who in local and national clientele, is included in the April/May 2013 issue of Legacy Magazine. She also was featured in the Business Monday section of the Miami Herald, on Monday April 29th. A reception honoring each of the recipients will take place on May 18 at the Bonaventure Resort and Spa in Weston, Fla. Space is limited at the discount rate and may be reserved by calling 1-800-327-8090, reference LEGACY POWER WEEKEND and for more information and updates, visit www.legacy-mag.com/legacypowerweekend.
Anderson began her entrepreneurial pursuits in 2000 when launching her own incentive travel company. She worked with the Tom Joyner Foundation to create an internal booking system while managing event logistics during the first several years of “Fantastic Voyage” cruise, a major fundraiser for the Foundation founded by the nationally syndicated radio personality and philanthropist. Over the years, Anderson, has produced events for Magic Johnson, the 100 Blackmen of America, Inc., the University of Miami as well as celebrity wedding celebrations.
Anderson is best known for brokering and cultivating long lasting partnerships and plans to through her current network expand her brand even further with the launch of “The Cultural Connector,” a non-profit focused on bridging cultural gaps and misconceptions. Anderson is of Jamaican, Cuban and German American descent.
Along with her co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Anderson is planning on expanding their business to New York and Los Angeles.