Marbely was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She completed her undergraduate studies at Florida International University and received her Juris Doctorate from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2013. Upon graduation from law school,
Omar Ortega is a founding partner of the law firm of Dorta & Ortega, P.A. Omar was a prosecutor with the Miami Dade County State Attorney’s Office from 1996 through 2000. Since leaving the public service, he has dedicated his practice to complex commercial litigation.
Kimberly, was a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office for 5 years. During her last year and a half she was in the Gang Strike Force Unit. She currently works at Cole, Scott & Kissane where she handles first property cases. She went to the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree and Florida Coastal School of law.
A partner in the Miami office of Manion Gaynor & Manning LLP, Raúl J. Chacón has extensive experience in handling all types of maritime matters including crew claims, passenger claims, marine insurance coverage, salvage, collisions/allisions, limitation of liability, marine products liability,
and cargo claims. Mr. Chacón has represented clients from jurisdictions as far north as Canada and throughout the Continental U.S., Hawaii, the Caribbean, and South America. Raúl is the former Chair and a current member of the Florida Bar Admiralty and Board Certification Committee, and is an adjunct professor of Marine Insurance Law at the University of Miami School of Law. He has been published and has frequently presented on topics including handling maritime claims in the U.S., management of maintenance and cure, and risk shifting in maritime contracts. Raúl has served on the Board of Directors of the League of Prosecutors since 2005, serving as President (2010 – 2011), VP (2006-2009) and Treasurer (2014-present).
Jenisse Grace received her Bachelor's in Criminology from Florida State University in 2010 and later went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2013.
Jenisse returned home to Miami and joined the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office in August of 2013. She continues to work for the office and is currently a member of the State Attorney's Human Trafficking Unit.
Robert Guinn is currently an associate with the law firm of Cole, Scott & Kissane. His primary areas of focus are first party property claims, commercial and residential properties defense,
motor vehicle negligence, personal injury litigation, and general civil litigation. Prior to joining Cole, Scott & Kissane, Mr. Guinn spent six and a half years as an Assistant State Attorney with Miami-Dade County’s Office of the State Attorney. He has been a board member of the League of Prosecutors for two (2) years, and continues to mentor and counsel younger prosecutors.
Christine Hernandez graduated Fordham University in 2002 and received her Juris Doctorate from University of Miami Law School in 2005 where she was inducted into
the Order of the Barristers. Upon graduation, Christine joined the Miami Dade State Attorney's Office in 2005. Christine has been an Assistant State Attorney for 12 years and has been assigned to various divisions in the office including the Gang Strike force Homicide Prosecutor position, the Career Criminal Unit and currently serves the office as a Division Chief handling homicides before the Honorable Judge Lisa Walsh. Christine has served the community in various leadership positions. She was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Nominating Commission in 2011 and has served as both its Vice- Chair in 2012 and Chair in 2013. She has served the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit for the last seven years. She was recognized by the Daily Business Review in 2015 as a Rising Star as one of the top forty lawyers under forty in Miami Dade County. In addition, She has been recognized by Miami Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police as its Prosecutor of the Quarter. Christine was elected to the Board of the League of Prosecutors in 2014.
Anastasios "Stasi" Kamoutsas
Anastasios “Stasi” Kamoutsas received his Juris Doctorate Degree from Regent University School of Law. Following graduation, he worked at the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office from 2013 until 2017,
prosecuting numerous crimes, some of which included Murder, Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, and Robbery. He is currently employed as an in-house attorney at the Dade County Police Benevolent Association. Stasi is the father of two beautiful girls, Vivian Grace and Luciana Joy, as well as the proud husband to Rachel Kamoutsas.
A current homicide prosecutor in the Gang Unit Strike Force, Alejandra has been an Assistant State Attorney for the past 11 years. Prior to joining the gang unit, she was a Felony Division Chief and has handled all types of
criminal matters including homcides, violent street crimes, criminal conspiracies, and narcotics trafficking. Alejandra has served on the Board of Directors for the League of Prosecutors since 2016 and is active in many other community activities. A native of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, Alejandra received her J.D. from Tulane University School of Law, where she was a member of Moot Court and the Criminal Law Clinic, and received her B.A., cum laude, in Government from Harvard University.
Alberto "Papo" Manrara
Alberto “Papo” Manrara is in his second term as a Director and currently serves as Assistant Chief of the Juvenile Division at the SAO. He is a Coral Gables native who is also active in the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center Board of Directors,
the Belen Alumni Lawyers Section, the Coral Gables Bar Association, and CABA. Papo earned a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in Management at the University of Florida, and worked as a litigation paralegal at Paul Weiss LLP in Manhattan before attending law school at Villanova University.
Marie Elizabeth Mato is the immediate past President of the League and has served as a board member since 2010. She has served our community as a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade
State Attorney’s Office since 2001. Her work has been recognized by various organizations including by the League in 2014 with the Prosecutor of the Year Award and most recently by the Dade Chiefs of Police with the 2016 L.E.O. Award for Prosecutor of the Year.
Eric J. Mausner, Esq. is a former prosecutor and an attorney based in Miami, FL. He has over a decade of experience working in government, politics, and law between New York,
Washington, D.C. and Miami. Eric currently runs his own law practice in downtown Miami where he focuses on personal injury matters. He is licensed to practice in Florida, Washington, D.C. and New Jersey.
Rachel Ariela Morales
Rachel Ariela Morales was born and raised in Miami. She graduated from Florida State University with a degree in
International Affairs and Villanova University, School of Law. She has been a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office since March of 2013.
Kristy Nunez joined the Office of the State Attorney in Miami-Dade County in 2005, and has been Chief of the Human Trafficking Unit since 2016.
Before holding her current position, Kristy specialized in prosecuting violent criminals in the Career Criminal Unit, spent 3 years as a Felony Division Chief prosecuting homicides, and almost 4 years in the Sexual Battery and Child Abuse Unit, actively advocating for the rights and safety of minor victims and rape victims. Kristy’s passion for youth advocacy and dedication to crime prevention extend beyond the walls of the State Attorney’s Office, and in December 2009, co-founded UrbanPromise Miami, a nonprofit organization committed to serving at-risk youth in under-resourced communities within Miami-Dade County, where she serves as Board Chair.
Gizelle Rodriguez is an Assistant Chief Counsel for Immigration and Customs Enforcement,
Department of Homeland Security. Prior to joining ICE, Gizelle was an Assistant State Attorney with the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office for three years. She also served as Senior Attorney for the Department of Children and Families where she prosecuted caregivers who abused, abandoned or neglected their children.