The Miami Dolphins Football UNITES™ program hosted a Women’s Networking Event for 50 female police officers and young women of the Police Explorers Program from the tri-county area at Hard Rock Stadium. As part of this initiative, the organization surprised Miami Southridge High School Student Daylin Diaz as the 2022 recipient of the Police Explorers Scholarship to pursue her aspirations in joining law enforcement and protecting her community. “I feel very emotional honestly, I’ve been saving up since high school and I barely had enough for the academy so for the Miami Dolphins to give me the scholarship it means the world to me,” Diaz said. “We were extremely excited to host these exemplary female police officers in our community as well as the next generation of police officers for our Women’s Networking Event,” Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Community Relations & Youth Programs RaShauna Hamilton said. “Through our Football UNITESTM initiative, we’re especially excited to have awarded our second Police Explorer Scholarship to Daylin Diaz while we continue inspiring the youth and bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community.” Following the surprise, Diaz joined the officers and students of the Women’s Networking Event as they enjoyed dinner and attended a Miami Open tennis session. The Miami Dolphins Football UNITESTM program presented by Baptist Health strives to connect the intersections of the community to create a more inclusive South Florida. By working with over 50 community partners and allies, the program focuses on improving relationships, fostering understanding and experience culture throughout South Florida.