The Rotary Club of Weston

Rotary International is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. In 200 countries across the world, approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 34,500 Rotary clubs. A member of the Rotary Club of Weston since 1999, top immigration attorney Keil Hackly has served in various capacities, to include Board Member, Chair of the International Avenue of Service, Chair of the Helping Children Heal Project, and is currently the Co-Chair of the Horse Heroes Project in conjunction with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Keil was named Rotarian of the Year for the 2008/2009 Rotary Year.

For more information about Keil’s involvement in the Rotary Club’s Horse Heroes project, Click Here.

For more information on the Rotary Club of Weston, please visit the website.

Senior Partner Keil Hackley (middle) and Communications & Marketing Director Doug Maymon with BSO liaison Deputy Danny Marks and Baily

The Broward Professional Alliance

The Broward Professional Alliance, which was conceptualized in October of 2004, is the only group of its kind. This group of trusted peers meets once a week to share ideas in a “Think Tank” atmosphere. In this highly personal setting, members have the opportunity to challenge one another in an effort to grow as professionals and individuals. To show appreciation for their good fortune, members give back to the community by conducting educational seminars and community service. Keil Hackley is a Founding Board Member.

Senator Nan Rich with Top Immigration Attorney Keil Hackley and members of the Broward Professional Alliance

The British American Chamber Of Commerce Of Broward County

Keil Hackley is a member of the The British American Chamber of Commerce of Broward County, a volunteer organization, which seeks to foster expanded trade growth , alongside of providing members with opportunities to celebrate British culture. The Chamber provides a reciprocal forum for business development and fosters the needs of US companies which desire to conduct business in the UK, as well as supporting US companies who desire to do business with British companies here in the US and abroad.

For more information on the British American Chamber of Commerce, please visit the website.

Top Attorney Keil Hackley and friends at the British American Chamber’s Ascot Day. Click here to view PDF

The Weston Bar Association

The Weston Bar Association is an organization providing educational resources to its members. It is also a place where attorneys in the area can network. The WBA also takes pride in its efforts to support such organizations as the Dan Marino Foundation and Children’s Harbor. Its overall goal is to raise the standards of the legal profession and give back to the community. Keil Hackley is a founding Board Member and Summer Robertson and Ryan Kosobucki are all members.

To learn more about the WBA, please visit the website.

The Weston Business Chamber Of Commerce

The Weston Business Chamber of Commerce (WBCC) was created as a result of the vision of 10 community leaders desiring to make Weston an educational resource for people doing business in Broward County. The Chamber’s membership quickly grew and its activities generated county-wide attention leading to a partnership with the Ft. Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. Now a Council under the Ft. Lauderdale mantel, the WBCC serves the business, educational, and networking needs of the larger Broward community. Keil is a Founding Board Member.

To learn more about the WBCC, please visit the website.

Nova Southeastern University’s President’s Advisory Council

NSU’s President’s Advisory’s Council, consisting of prominent professional NSU alumni, has the ultimate goal of providing awareness to the community of the university’s excellence and innovations in teaching, research, service and learning. As a top immigration attorney, Summer Robertson is a member of the NSU PAC, being an alumni of both the undergraduate and law school.

To learn more about the WBCC, please visit the website.

The Boys And Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) is considered a national movement and is one of the largest youth serving agencies in the United States. The Club offers programs and services which promote and enhance the development of boys and girls through programs and services and by providing a safe place to learn and grow. Summer Robertson is actively involved in the BGC and sits on the Rick and Rita Case Unit of the Broward County Division.

To learn more about the Boys and Girls Club, please visit the website.

Top Immigration Attorney Summer Robertson and Jim Robertson with kids from the Boys and Girls Club

The Royal Dames of Cancer Research

The Royal Dames of Cancer Research, Inc. was founded in 1969 as a corporation organized exclusively to raise funds for the study and research of cancer at the Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research, Inc. in Broward County, Florida. Today’s Royal Dames, a not–for–profit organization, continue their fundraising efforts to support the scientific research programs at the Rumbaugh–Goodwin Institute at Nova Southeastern University. Summer Hackley is an active member and was inducted as a Royal Dame in 2009.

To learn more about the Royal Dames of Cancer Research, Inc, please visit the website.

Brazilian Business Group

The Brazilian Business Group is an independent, secular organization, founded in 2006 with the objective of uniting and strengthening the Brazilian business community in South Florida, especially Broward and southern Palm Beach counties, where a large part of the community is concentrated. The BBG’s board of directors, partners and volunteers share the same ideals and seek to engage the business sector in the pursuit of opportunities and business through developing quality programs which lend credibility and increases the interaction among its members, companies and business people.

To read more about the Brazilian Business Group, please visit the website.

Junior Achievement of South Florida, Circle of Wise Women

Junior Achievement is a non-profit organization providing a series of business, economic and life skills programs to enhance the education of young people. The Circle of Wise Women was developed to support the core belief that “Wise Women can Change Education.” They believe that junior achievement programs are the springboard to show children their potential for success. Summer has been a member of the Circle of Wise Women since 2009.

To learn more about the Junior Achievement of South Florida, Circle of Wise Women, please visit the website.

Senior Partner Keil Hackley (middle) and Communications & Marketing Director Doug Maymon with BSO liaison Deputy Danny Marks and Baily