Millinda Sinnreich


Clinical Coordinator and Office Manager, Extremity Preservation

Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Millinda has resided in Miami Beach for the past 37 Years. She has been active in her community, serving on the Miami Beach Commission on the Status of Women, working as a registered nurse, volunteering for the Red Cross during Hurricane Andrew, and remains an active member of “Temple Beth Shalom.”
As registered Nurse working in Oncology, Post-op Open Heart surgical intensive care, and the Emergency Room   She worked as Assistant Director of Nursing in Minneapolis for 3 years while her husband completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency.
For the past 26 years, Millinda has been the Clinical Coordinator her husband’s Orthopedic Surgery Practice. This opportunity gave her greater freedom to be involved in her community and support charities she loves.
Millinda has supported the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis in finding a cure since its inception.  She was on the board of the Woman’s guild in the late 80’s and remains committed to supporting  finding a cure for paralysis. She and her husband attend the Sports Legend New York Dinner annually.
The Miami City Ballet has been a love of hers for the past 20 years. She has been on the board of the Miami City Ballet School and received the distinguished  award for enhancing education because of her contribution in chairing the first major fundraiser to raise money for scholarships for students in their outreach program.
For the past 12 years, she has served on the South Florida executive planning committee for “IMAGES AND VOICES OF HOPE” which showcases the work of the media to bring about a positive change internationally.
For the past 15 years Women of Tomorrow has given her the opportunity to work with at risk teenage girls in our community.  They have observed “open Heart Surgery, toured local businesses and universities, visited behind the scenes at the ballet.  We also toured our state attorney’s office, and have met with some of our local businesses and restaurant owners. In the past 15 years she has mentored at Miami Beach High School, North Miami Beach High School and understands that as mentors we can truly make a difference and influence girls in a way that enables them to make positive choices when given the opportunity, that will ultimately make their life’s more fulfilling and successful.  Millinda is honored to be recognized by Woman Of tomorrow as “mentor of the Year” 2005. This award reinforces her commitment to continue doing what she loves to do-believing in and supporting teenage girls who are the “Women of Tomorrow”.  Millinda has been actively involved in the National expansion of Women of tomorrow and now serves on The Detroit board of directors.
Millinda and Dr. Mark Sinnreich live in Miami Beach, have two adult children, Shakira and Noah Silverman, and grandchild Eli Silverman.  Matt Sinnreich 26, resides in Miami and Los Angeles.