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Ricky Arriola is president and CEO of Inktel Direct Corp, a company headquartered in Miami and with offices throughout the United States. He has held various executive-level positions in the entertainment, e-commerce, investment banking and legal industries. His passion for his community inspired him to serve as chairman of the board of Directors of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Ricky was recently named a South Florida "Ultimate CEO" by the South Florida Business Journal, and one of Poder Magazine's "Most Influential People of 2010." Ricky serves on President Obama's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Mr. Arriola is also actively involved the Young Presidents Organization, the Miami Art Museum, the American Teleservices Association, the Orange Bowl Committee and Leadership Florida. He also serves as a mentor through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. Although involved in many organizations and charities, Mr. Arriola still finds the time to devote to competing in triathlons, marathons and other races across the country. He holds degrees from Harvard University Graduate School of Business (MBA), St. John's University School of Law (JD) and Boston College (BA). He is a 2009 Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.