Ann Marie Sorrell is a philanthropist, award-winning business leader, woman of faith, and emboldened enthusiast of the opposite sex. She lives out loud and is unapologetic in her support of the many causes that are important to her, which include: social justice, equality for all, issues impacting women and minorities, economic development and health & wellness.
She is the President & CEO of The Mosaic Group, an award-winning marketing, public relations, and events management firm serving clients throughout South Florida. Ann Marie oversees the day-to-day operations, serves as Project Manager for most of the firm’s projects, and has managed more than 200 campaigns and clients ranging from budgets of $10,000 to $200 million. Clients include AECOM, Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation, City of Fort Lauderdale Community Redevelopment Agency, Housing Authority of the City of Fort Lauderdale, City of West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Opera, and West Palm Beach Housing Authority to name a few.
She is also the Founder of MustAttend Events, Inc., an online events marketing and management software that offers deals on conferences, business, political, and charitable events.
Ann Marie is the author of Chronicles of a Serial Dater, a journey through the good, bad, funny – and steamy – of dating and relationships told through short stories that all end with a tip for the ladies and a tip for the fellas on the lesson(s) learned from each situation.
She recently launched three empowerment and economic development initiatives: Black Girl Magic Florida (an initiative that exists to honor achievement, beauty, and strength among black women in Florida and beyond); Black Business Loop (the community’s connection to black-owned businesses, entrepreneurs, events, community resources, and black economic initiatives); and Ambitious Young Women (a personal development and mentoring program created for girls ages 12-18 at Turning Points Academy in West Palm Beach, FL).
Ann Marie earned a Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management from Florida A&M University. She serves on several community boards including the Chamber of the Palm Beaches and is the President of Girls II Women. She is a member of the National Association of Health Service Executives (NAHSE), National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC), American Marketing Association (AMA), Urban League Young Professionals of Palm Beach County, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She has won numerous awards for her leadership, business acumen, and community involvement. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, music, dancing, golf, traveling, and meeting new people.