Corporate Staff

QuarterCompany’s Corporate Management Team has years of experience managing the financial and business operations for a variety of organizations ranging in industry, revenue size, and tax filing status. Both non-profits and for-profits can benefit from our extensive experience in strategic planning, fundraising, prospecting, grant writing, and program development. To learn more about our Corporate Management Team, click the link below:

Janet Horowitz, President

Bio coming soon…

Adam Horowitz, Chief Culture Officer

Social Entrepreneur and business consultant, Adam Horowitz, founded QuarterCompany in 2008 with the mission of “strengthening local communities by guiding both non-profit and for-profit businesses to achieve organizational excellence for the benefit of the common good.”

Graduating from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in Business Administration and Finance, Adam went on to serve several companies in an executive capacity, including the Miami Museum of Science, the Miami New Times, and the South Florida ArtCenter. He also was the CFO responsible for building the $25million Miami Children’s Museum on Watson Island – a project that was completed both on-time and on-budget.

In November of 2005, a private investor enticed Adam to join the Alchemical Courtyard as the corporation’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. He was responsible for all day-to-day operations and finances both for the parent company and its subsidiaries. During his tenure there, Adam successfully launched a healthcare company, a music record label, a book publishing company, an online store, and researched a variety of international real estate and development opportunities.

Throughout his career, Adam has invested much of his free time supporting various non-profit and community based organizations and serving on several Boards of Directors.  In 2008, Adam was designated as the Executive Director of the American Museum of Creole Cultures, a start-up project as part of the $200million development project in Lauderhill known as the All Americas Cultural Mall. Also in 2008, the Dade Community Foundation awarded Adam with the opportunity to participate in their Miami Fellows Initiative program, which provides emerging community leaders the opportunity to participate in an 18 month leadership and professional development program.  In 2011, Adam was a recipient of a prestigious nomination as Man of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Adam serves on the: United Way’s Audit Advisory Committee and Redesign Revisited Task Force, Miami Foundation’s Dade Fund Board, Miami Dade College’s School of Business Advisory Committee, as a Venture Coach for the University of Miami’s Launch Pad, as an adjunct professor at Miami-Dade Community College’s Non-Profit Institute, and provides regular training programs to non-profit and start-up organizations through the Partners for Self Employment. Adam also enjoys his role as a mentor with Educate Tomorrow, who matches foster children with professionals in the community.

Born and raised in South Florida, Adam has spent his entire professional career developing valuable relationships with various organizations, business moguls, and community leaders. In 1992, Adam was diagnosed with Stage-5 Hodgkins Lymphoma and doctors were unsure if he would live more than a few months.  Adam was forced to give up various opportunities to leave town for college to stay home and fight his Cancer.  As a result, he met his wife to be, Janet Horowitz, at college and has been married since 1997.  Together they raise their daughter, Nina, and their son, Daniel.

Destinie Rodriguez, Office Manager

Destinie was born and raised in south Florida. She is a graduate from the University of Florida and earned two degrees while studying there: a BA in Business Administration and a BA in Criminology.

She enjoys working directly with clients and has extensive experience in providing excellent customer service. While in school, Destinie worked for L Brands, a successful retailer. She worked closely with customers and management by providing input and analysis on consumer preferences resulting in higher efficiency on the sales floor. She met all sales goals, consistently being one of the top sellers in her district for over a year.

Destinie has a strong desire to help the community. Working with the Queen of Hearts Foundation for Disabled Children, she co-hosted and organized a walkathon raising over $3,000 to provide Children with Cerebral Palsy and Hydrocephalus with medical equipment. She currently interns at the Child Advocacy Center in Gainesville, working with law enforcement and various organizations to help children that have been abused and neglected.