In diverse South Florida, it’s common to find bilingual people, but attorney Sonia Oliveri speaks six:  Spanish, French, Portuguese, Farsi, English and her native Italian.

The native of Rome grew up traveling Europe and meeting her mother’s relatives, who had roots in Iran. Oliveri cultivated a love for connecting and understanding new cultures, prompting her to doggedly learn languages and pursue a career with an international flavor.

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