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Mirtha Toledo-Hackley
Woman of the year 2012

 

 

Mirtha Toledo-Hackley is not your average woman. Upon first glance you would never know that she is an accomplished marathon runner, having ran in countless half and full marathons in the West Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade Counties. Most recently, she ran in the ING Miami Marathon placing in the top 10 for her age group. Mirtha also recently ran in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington D.C. with her son in memory of her late husband Dean.

 

Mirtha Toledo-Hackley was born Mirtha Toledo-Espinoza in Lima, Peru. The youngest of 5, from the moment she was born her family nicknamed her “amor” meaning love because she was full of delight. She grew up in a very family oriented environment surrounded by loving parents, adoring siblings, and good friends. At the age of 23, she left everything she knew and loved to pursue the American Dream.

 

Mirtha is living her dream in sunny Fort Lauderdale, mother of 2 and abuelita to her grandson Hunter, Mirtha has dedicated her life to her family, career, and to charity. 20- year veteran of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, her mission is to serve her clients and colleagues as the Realtor who creates trust by exceeding expectations within an unsurpassed degree of quality, professionalism, integrity and genuine care. Member of South Florida Business Connections, certified in Previews International and Corporate Relocation, Mirtha is constantly staying current in her craft.

 

Charity and volunteer work also play a major role in her life. Currently, she serves on the board of Pinion Inc. and the Tower Forum. She has served on Pinion Inc. for 20 years having given her time as Corresponding Secretary, Vice-President of Fund Development and most recently President. She also served as co-chair of numerous events since joining Pinion Inc. She is also a former board member of Women in Distress, was a member of the Rotary Club, and United Way.          

 

Mirtha is extremely honored to have been selected Pinion’s Woman of the Year and thanks her beautiful ladies of Pinion. She is also delighted that her daughter and best friend Vanessa “Chapilita” was able to serve as her liaison. Many special thanks to Marian, Wendy, Birgit, Patti, and Jo Ann who not only were the best hostesses, but also a great group of girlfriends. A final “thank you” to all her friends that have supported her through the years and to her “familia en Peru” who could not be here today “siempre estan en mi corazon.”                  

 

 

 

Updated 04/29/2012