About the Office of Community Advocacy
Miami-Dade County's 2.5 million residents comprise a "melting pot" of various cultures and ideas. The Office of Community Advocacy (OCAd) was established to meet its unique community needs, through various events and initiatives, OCAd promote productive community relations and cultural understanding for a better quality of life for all County residents.
A division of the Office of the Chair, the Office of Community Advocacy consists of six advisory boards:
- The Asian-American Advisory Board (AAAB)
- Black Affairs Advisory Board (BAAB)
- Commission for Women (CFW)
- Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board (HAAB)
- Community Relations Board (CRB)
- Military Affairs Board (MAB)
Experienced staff and volunteer residents appointed by the Members of the Board of the County Commission work on behalf of the public to help residents live together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding, making Miami-Dade County one of the nation's most dynamically and culturally diverse metropolitan areas.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:16:15 AM
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