Palm Beach Post Journalist Leslie Streeter to be Honored by Association for Women in Communications South FL. on March 21st at the Blue in Boca Raton Resort & Club

Boca Raton, Florida – Great journalists write from the heart and Palm Beach Post reporter Leslie Streeter serves as the epitome of leading by example. Streeter is to be honored on Monday, March 21st from 5:30 -8:30 p.m. by two south Florida organizations, the Association for Women in Communications South Florida Chapter and the South Florida Public Relations Network, for her contributions to the coverage of news and events in Palm Beach County.

A native of Baltimore and a graduate of the University of Maryland, Leslie began her career at The Miami Times, a weekly serving the black community in that city. She then worked for eight years at the York Dispatch/Sunday News in York, Pennsylvania.

Leslie has spent most of her career as a features writer, specializing in entertainment including movies, television, music, celebrity, and pop culture. She has worked at the Palm Beach Post since 2002. As it says in her staff bio, “if it’s about music, movies, nightlife, food, drinks, TV, books, weird celebrity hijinks, or something that’s fun, she’s probably got something to say about it.”

Less than a year ago, Leslie lost the love of her life, husband Scott Zervitz. Today, she candidly shares her journey through times of love, loss and widowhood. Leslie’s words give voice to show endurance and inspire others. Along with her daily reports of all the myriad of things to see, do, and experience in Palm Beach County.

“We are delighted to welcome Leslie to our fabulous venue in celebration of her being honored,” said Roberto Colombi General Manager for The Blue. Tonya Scholz, president of the Association for Women in Communications South Florida Chapter said that Columbi has generously sponsored and hosted monthly events for her organization and will provide guests with tastings from Chef Christie Tenaud’s fine cuisine. Guest will also enjoy Happy Hour prices food and drinks.

Try to make it on time; the sunset view at The Blue is breathtaking from the top floor of a 27-story tower at Boca Resort.


Please email to get on the list. Boca Resort is a private club so you must RSVP to gain entrance. The Blue is located in the Boca Raton Resort & Club, 501 E Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432.

Event hashtag: #awcsftalktales

About Association for Women in Communications South Florida Chapter (@AWCSF):

Association for Women in Communications South FL chapter connects communicators in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties, facilitating its members’ integration into the business matrix of South Florida and promoting their personal and professional advancement. Helping to cultivate the complex relationships that bridge all communications disciplines, the AWC South Florida interfaces networking and professional development to equip its members to excel in their fields. For more info: ; ;

The National Association for Women in Communications (@AWC):

Association for Women in Communications celebrated 100 years of accelerating women communicators’ careers in 2009, cementing its position as the oldest and most comprehensive professional association in the industry. For more info: ; ;

About the South Florida Public Relations Network
The South Florida Public Relations Network (SFPRN) & the PR Daily Digest are independent resources for public relations and marketing specialists with a particular emphasis for people and organizations located throughout Miami-Dade; Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. The SoFlo PR daily news is free for registered users. For more info:

About The Blue:
THE BLUE is located on the 27th floor of the tower at the Boca Raton Resort & Club serving New American food and drink. Executive Chef Christie Tenaud creates dishes both sophisticated and contemporary with some unexpected flavors and modern takes on classic dishes. The menu changes frequently, depending on local, seasonal offerings. THE BLUE uses the freshest and most succulent ingredients while placing emphasis on sustainable and organic foods from local farmers and local waters, complimenting offerings like the Maine lobster, which arrives daily, fresh from its source. Don’t miss the unforgettable Claw Bar, serving the freshest treats the ocean has to offer including Lobster Claws, U-12 Shrimp, Stone Crab, Pacific and Atlantic Oysters, and King Crab Legs. Dining at the Boca Resort and Boca Beach Club is reserved exclusively for Resort guests and Premier Club Members. For more info: