Roberto “Randy” Muñoz is a Miami Springs Senior High Class of 1975 Graduate who was recently inducted into the 2023 Miami Dade County Public Schools Alumni Hall of Fame. Muñoz was inducted along other MDCPS heavyweights including Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and Miami Heat superstar Udonis Haslem.
Roberto R. Muñoz
– Miami Springs Senior High ‐ Class of 1975
– ELITE Family Office Founder and President/Chief Operating Officer
– Boy Scouts of America South Florida Council President and Chairman
– Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Chairman
– Graduate of Florida International University
Randy is the current chairman of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Miami’s oldest and largest chamber established in 1907 with roots in the Board of Trade founded in 1898. This organization has been chaired by Greater Miami’s strongest leaders. He is also the Chairman and President of the Scouts of America, South Florida Council, established in 1911 and among the region’s oldest not-for-profits. This organization has also been led by many of Miami’s best-known historical leaders and has produced a score of leaders through its iconic youth leadership program.
In January of this year, Roberto “Randy”, was named among the 250 most Powerful Leaders in South Florida by the “South Florida Business Journal” in addition to being inducted by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools prestigious 2023 Alumni Hall of Fame. Randy is not new to being awarded for his service to our community, chairing other organizations, or having a global list of contacts, he is best known as a 42-year banker holding senior executive positions with major banks such as Barclays Capital (London), Mizuho Bank (Tokyo), Israel Discount Bank (Tel Aviv), BBVA (Madrid), and holding titles such as President & CEO of Marquis Bank and First Horizon Bank.
Together with being inducted into the 2023 MDCPS Alumni Hall of Fame, he was also inducted into the Miami Dade College and Florida International University Alumni Hall of Fame in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
I have known Randy since I was 4 years old when my parents moved to Nightingale Ave. and have been brothers ever since. He left for Hong Kong at 9 years old and traveled the world with his parents. His Dad was an executive with Pan American Airlines and when they came back, they moved back into the same home on Nightingale. What was different, was that Randy came back with an English accent and a global view and outlook.
While I have lost my parents and two siblings over the many years, Randy has also lost his parents and one sibling. What remains is our love and admiration for each other and having the consul and friendship of my oldest living friend.
Cheers to Roberto “Randy” and I know he hasn’t stopped making us look good. He’s still climbing the fence. – Go Miami Springs Senior High!
– Jamie Zadie
We want to thank Jamie Ziadie for sharing his story and we want to congratulate Mr. Roberto Muñoz for his great accomplishments. It’s always great to see Miami Springs Senior High Alumni soaring high. That’s why they call us Golden Hawks!