Need more? Try out  Advanced Search (20+ criteria)»


Last Update

This profile was last updated on 6/19/2017 and contains contributions from the  Zoominfo Community.

is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Philip Stoddard?

Philip K. Stoddard


South Miami , LLC

HQ Phone:  (305) 663-0710

Direct Phone: (305) ***-****direct phone

Email: p***@***.gov


+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions.

I agree to the  Terms of Service and  Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.


  • 1.Download
    ZoomInfo Grow
    v sign
  • 2.Run Installation
  • 3.Check your inbox to
    Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

South Miami , LLC

6103 Sunset Drive

Miami, Florida,33143

United States

Background Information


Animal Behavior Society

Executive Committee


Board Member

National Ocean Council

Position, Governance Coordinating Committee



Citizens Allied



Ph.D Mayor

Florida International University


Marine Biology

Web References(174 Total References)


Philip Stoddard
Mayor Philip Stoddard was first elected to office in 2010 and is currently serving his fourth term as Mayor of South Miami. In 2015 Mayor Stoddard was appointed by the White House to the Governance Coordinating Committee of the National Ocean Council where he developed national policy for sea level rise. In 2016 Mayor Stoddard was named by Politico Magazine to the Politico-50 "guide to the thinkers, doers and visionaries transforming American politics in 2016. He was named the Green Municipal Official for 2016 by the Florida Green Building Coalition. Dr. Philip K. Stoddard has been a professor of biology at Florida International University since 1992. A big proponent of renewable energy, his house and car are powered by the sun. Mayor Stoddard has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Time, National Geographic, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Stern, The Bond Buyer, NPR, PRI, BBC, MSNBC, and numerous documentaries including National Geographic's "Years of Living Dangerously" which has been shown in 171 countries and translated into 47 languages. It has been said that we are living in a post-truth era. It is an era of climate change denial. The printed words "climate change" cannot appear in official documents of our state by verbal order of its governor. In this changed climate, South Florida Writers Association is privileged to have as its Installing Officer a mayor, scientist, and a man who "walks the walk" for his beliefs, the Mayor of South Miami, Philip Stoddard.

September 2012 - Democratic Municipal Officials [cached]

Phillip Stoddard
South Miami's Mayor, Dr. Phillip Stoddard The public service commitment of Democratic Municipal Officials ranges from part time volunteer public servants who may only receive a small stipend, or no stipend for their work, to those who serve full-time and are professionally compensated to serve in that capacity. The range of careers from which DMOs hail is truly representative of America. DMOs are doctors, attorneys, small business owners, farmers, and veterinarians. Today, we honor an educator and scientist who brings that expertise to bear as he works to protect and improve the lives of his constituents. Dr. Phillip Stoddard is a popular tenured professor in the Biological Sciences Department at Florida International University (FIU), a vibrant public research university. He is a broadly trained biological scientist, with specializations in animal behavior and neurobiology. In 1992, he moved from Cornell University to FIU, where he teaches undergraduate biology courses, graduate courses, and directs doctoral students. He is active in faculty leadership on campus and is funded by the National Science Foundation to study how dishonesty affects communication systems. On his campaign website, Dr. Stoddard defines his values: Dr. Stoddard uses his science credentials as an environmental leader in his "City of Pleasant Living. He serves on the Miami-Dade County League of Cities Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. Mayor Stoddard's spouse, Dr. Gray Read, a professor of Architecture chairs the South Miami Green Task Force. Mayor Stoddard is a fighter for safe, effective energy use that protects the public welfare. According to Mayor Cindy Lerner (Pinecrest), our DMO Florida Chapter Chair, "Mayor Stoddard has brought in the Union of Concerned Scientists and environmental journalists to help our region focus on environmental and energy issues.

Newsletter of the Animal Behavior Society [cached]

Philip Stoddard
Philip Stoddard is a Full Professor Department of Biological Sciences at Florida International University, USA. Below is a short selection of excerpts received by the ABS Executive Council about Dr. Stoddard: "Phil has had continuous extramural funding for his work (from NSF and NIH) since 1996. Because the fish shares its electric signals with the outside world and because it signals all the time to electrolocate, Phil describes them as "the only vertebrate with a public nervous system...the electric fish can reveal to an inquisitive scientist the instantaneous inner workings of its neuroendocrine systems, most components of which are extremely similar to those of all vertebrates including ourselves". Phil takes advantage of this unique window to explore how a vertebrate translates changes in the social environment into changes in the brain and body. Phil served two stints on the Animal Behavior Society Executive Committee - he was Program Officer and then Treasurer. He was also a member of the Investments committee after his time as Treasurer. Since 2010, Phil has also had a parallel career as the Mayor of South Miami.


"This is one of several things we were very worried about," says South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard, who is also a biological sciences professor at Florida International University.
As FPL prepared to expand the plant's reactors in 2013, critics such as Stoddard warned that relying on the canals was a mistake. For one thing, environmentalists argued, the hot, salty canal water would inevitably leak back into Biscayne Bay and the Everglades. "They argued the canals were a closed system, but that's not how water works in South Florida," Stoddard says. In the two years since, environmentalists have pointed to a growing litany of concerns, including spiking heat levels in the canals and saltwater plumes exploding from the power plant into nearby groundwater systems. Stoddard says salty water has intruded as far as four miles inland through groundwater. But FPL resisted new monitoring, Stoddard says, and deflected blame. "FPL has argued and argued and denied and denied there was any connection to their canals," he says. Stoddard - who argues the new study might point to violations of the federal Clean Water Act - says he believes only two solutions are viable: building new cooling towers to replace the canals, or shutting down the plant. "There's a certain validation to critics in seeing this result in the study," he says. Cruz also criticized Stoddard for slamming the agency over the latest report.

A Greener Education - The Florida Villager [cached]

The teams were honored for their work by Citizens for a Better South Florida and South Miami Mayor Phillip Stoddard during a February city commissions meeting.

Similar Profiles


Browse ZoomInfo's Business
Contact Directory by City


Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory


Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory