Maziarka Law
Ms. Glorian Maziarka is an attorney with offices in downtown Jacksonville. She is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and the federal court of Southern District of Florida. Since 2014, Ms. Maziarka has run her own civil litigation practice, focusing on domestic and international matters and has been a military spouse since 2004 and has a 2-year old son.

Ms. Maziarka was born and raised in Rio Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico. She graduated with honors from the University of Puerto Rico and later relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she was a counselor for a Homeless Transitional Program with Goodwill Industries helping chronically homeless individuals transition into independent living. She was also active in groups that advocated for the rights of the homeless and ex-offenders. Ms. Maziarka later attended law school, was an editor at the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review and graduated with honors.

She also obtained a Juris Doctor Certificate in Environmental Law. Ms. Maziarka has worked with the Department of Homeland Security and practiced international business law at the law firm Markowicz International Law, litigating business and contract law issues for various foreign businesses and international investors from Asia and South America.

Ms. Maziarka is also the founder, President and CEO of Todos Con Puerto Rico, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) organization seeking to educate international investors and the general public about doing business in Puerto Rico. After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September, 2017, Ms. Maziarka has headed the efforts with TCPR to transport food, water, medical and other supplies to Puerto Rico. As of today, TCPR has sent almost 200,000 pounds of supplies and has been involved in the logistics of another 100,000 pounds of supplies sent to several towns in Puerto Rico.

Ms. Maziarka joined the FCHCC as she desired to get involved in the Hispanic community and make a difference for Hispanics living in the area. To learn more, visit their website at: http://www.maziarkalaw.com or contact Ms. Maziarka directly at gm@maziarkalaw.com.

Written by First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FCHCC) strives to establish and encourage better business practices among Hispanic-owned and -operated businesses in Northeast Florida and South Georgia.

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