Since sponsoring Miami's first "I Have A Dream" program in 1995, Stephanie Trump has helped grow Miami into one of the largest "I Have A Dream" regions in the country, with nearly 800 Miami Dreamers ranging from second graders to college students. Ms. Trump was so inspired by the success of her first Dreamer class that, soon after their graduation from high school, she sponsored another class - this time serving 96 kindergarteners in North Miami Beach - and also co-Sponsors another cohort of Miami students. Ms. Trump is part of the family of developers that conceived the 80-acre condominium enclave on the Intracoastal Waterway in South Florida known as Williams Island, as well as the Acqualina Resort and Spa at Sunny Isles Beach. She continues to play an integral part in the architectural, design, and training processes of these properties. In addition to her work with "I Have A Dream", Ms. Trump is involved with the Greater Miami Federation, and was one of the founders of American Friends of Beit Issie Shapiro, a nonprofit community center for the education and treatment of children with developmental and mental disabilities. Ms. Trump was born and educated in South Africa, and has a bachelor's degree in English, speech and drama, and a master's degree in education.