Wednesday, June 28, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM EDT
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Doral Chamber of Commerce 
8181 NW 36th Street
Suite 21-A
Doral, FL 33166

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Azahy Arencibia 
The Doral Chamber of Commerce 


Identity Theft Workshop
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 | 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 

Many companies keep sensitive information about customers or employees in their files or on their network. It is important to keep your sensitive information safe and secure. 

State of Attorney Mariangelli Fernandez on:

  • ID Theft in Florida
  • How we fall victim to Identity Theft 
  • Prevention tips to protect You
  • 2017 Identity Theft Trends


About our Speaker:

Mariangelli (Angie) Fernandez has served in the capacity of Community Outreach Representative for the Office of the State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle for the past seven years.  Prior to joining the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office she worked as a subcontractor for five of Florida’s State Attorney’s overseeing and managing each region’s Bad Check Diversion Program.

Ms. Fernandez has a background in Marketing, Business Development, Customer Service and Human Resources.  She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Florida International University and a Paralegal Certificate from Jones College.  She attended the FBI’s Citizen Academy, Criminal Justice Information System-Security & Awareness Training; the Identity Theft Victim Assistance Summit hosted by the National Organization for Victim Assistance and recently took part in the “Investment Fraud Prevention” webinar hosted by National Crime Prevention Council & FINRA Investor Education Foundation, she was part of the planning group for the Elder Financial Abuse Symposium of the Older Adults Financial Protection Consortium of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties, a brainchild of the Alliance for Aging, Inc.  She continues to educate and inform the community on the various programs and services provided by the State Attorney’s Office.

File Depot Services:

Consumer fraud and identity theft are becoming an epidemic in our communities. Bring your documents and File Depot will secure the documents to be shredded in their warehouse FREE OF CHARGE!

File Depot Sponsors:


Armando Escarra is an Economist graduated from the University of Carabobo in Valencia, Venezuela. Mr. Escarra got a Master in Marketing from UNITEC. His last work experience in Venezuela was as a Post-Sales Manager in a Toyota Dealership for 5 years. During that time he was in charge of managing the area of services, parts and body shop. He is a certified Leader Kaizen trainned by Toyota of Venezuela. 

Blanca Mendez graduated in Miami at the University of Miami (UM). She obtained a degree in
Broadcast Journalism and Spanish Literature. Her last work experience in her hometown, Valencia,
was as a Publishing Coordinator in Notitarde, a local newspaper with the third largest circulation
of the country. During 7 years she was in charge of drafting and proofreading texts for different
publications. She also had direct participation with the Graphic Editor in the assembly of the

Together, as a married couple, Armando and Blanca represent the first File Depot unit to be 
opened in South Florida, specifically en Miami with the intention to cover a market that is
unattended by large corporations that manage files. The costs to start storing in their warehouse
are $50 per 100 boxes. Their goal is to provide a solution that is simply the smartest, in terms of
prices and time efficiency. Other services they provide include: shredding and digitization.


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