“Wealthy kids need to learn about private aviation, social media, quality of diamonds, types of caviar, mixed in with economics and other fundamental undergrad and grad classes,” says Jonathan Cheban of one of the “39 businesses” he’s presently working on — filling the niche market of teaching kids how to be rich. “The International School of New York will teach the social stuff you need to know to survive in a major city with a lot of money,” he says. “If you’re buying a diamond, you need to know the clarity and if you’re buying a private jet, you need to know the different leathers and seats. I’ll basically be the Dean Of Pop Culture at the school.” The first school will be in NYC with the potential to expand to other major metropolises; #JonathanCheban.
From charity galas to business networkers and outdoor activities galore, Key Biscayners were out in full force in and around the island.
Friends of Miami Animals Foundation (FoMa) focuses on the root causes of pet homelessness — financial instability, spay & neuter, adoption and foster campaigns — all in the hopes of helping pets find families and get out of shelters.