Connie Goodman-Milone

Connie Goodman-Milone

MSW, Humanitarian, Regarded Writer

Connie Goodman-Milone is an award-winning poet and philanthropist recognized for her strong presence in the South Florida creative writing community and her contributions to various charitable and humanitarian organizations. A firm believer that even small contributions can make a large impact, she has advocated for individual charitable giving, and is a dedicated supporter of Susan G. Komen, Doctors Without Borders, the World Jewish Congress, American Section, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Foundation, Defenders of Wildlife, the American Red Cross, and the United Service Organizations. Ms. Goodman-Milone holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from George Washington University and a Master of Social Work from Barry University. She has worked with HealthSouth and interned at the Miami VA Medical Center, as well as several years of freelance writing about timely topics and issues. Known for her free verse poems and haiku, her work has appeared in numerous anthologies, journals, and newspapers including “Author’s Voice,” 2001-21, “Cadence,” 2017-21, “Dark Wood,” 2018, “Of Poets and Poetry,” 2013, and the “Miami Herald,” 2002-21. Ms. Goodman-Milone is a hospice volunteer with VITAS Healthcare. She is co-authoring an anthology on the power of poetry in the grief process, known as the “Bereavement Poetry Project.”

Press Release

In her press release, Ms. Goodman-Milone is honored as a Humanitarian of the Year.

Hemispheres Magazine

Connie Goodman-Milone’s recognition as a 2021 Distinguished Leader was highlighted in United Airlines’ Hemispheres Magazine.

Personal Website

Ms. Goodman-Milone’s career overview and achievements are easily accessible through her personal website. 

Insight Magazine

In her Insight Magazine feature, Ms. Goodman-Milone says “Passion is a part of my work as an activist on social justice, environmental, animal welfare, wildlife, and human rights issues.”

Professional Women

Ms. Goodman-Milone’s success in her fields have resulted in being recognized among the top Professional Women.

Humanitarian Award

Ms. Goodman-Milone’s social activism and philanthropic work have resulted in a Humanitarian Award.


Ms. Goodman-Milones accomplishments are featured in a chronological order.

Millennium Magazine

Millennium Magazine honors Ms. Goodman-Milone’s legacy.

Top Professional Artists

Ms. Goodman-Milone has been recognized among the Top Professional Artists.



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