Georgina Alfonsin Angones, B.A.
Assistant Dean for Law Alumni Relations and Development
Telephone: 305-284-6470 | Office: C320
Georgina "Georgie" Alfonsin Angones is a Cuban-American who earned a B.A. from the University of Miami in 1972, and was a 1974 Rockefeller Foundation Fellow in Middle Management.
Prior to joining the administration at the Law School in 1980, she served the University of Miami in various capacities since 1973. She is a member of the Judicial Nominating Committee for the District Court, Southern District of Florida, having been appointed for three terms by Senator Bill Nelson.
She serves on the Executive Board of the MCCJ, the Miami Coalition of Christians and Jews, and has served on the boards of the Miami Dade Public Library, Miami Children's Hospital and the Junior League of Miami, as well as the Naval Academy Selection Committee. Ms. Angones has also served on the ABA's Council for Racial and Ethnic Diversity In the Educational Pipeline. She is a recipient of FIAC's, Arthur Helton Humanitarian Award and the Junior League's Women Who Make a Difference Award in recognition of her community leadership.
She is a Eucharistic Minister at Epiphany Catholic Church and has served on the Boards of the St. John Vienney College Seminary, The Archdiocese of Miami Development Council and Vision 2000 Committee, as well as Baypoint Schools for youth at risk, and the Florida Bar Foundation Board of Trustees. She is a fellow of the Florida Bar Foundation and a Sustainer of the Junior League of Miami.
Her other memberships include Leadership Miami, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, and the National Society of Fundraising Executives. She is married to Frank R. Angones, JD'76, a partner in the law firm of Angones, McClure and Garcia, P.A., a past President of CABA, the first Cuban-American to have been elected President of the Dade County Bar and The Florida Bar in 2007. Ms. Angones also served as Chair of the Miami-Dade Public Library system and is currently Chair of the Miami Coalition of Christians and Jews (MCCJ).