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  1. Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne
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    Phone: 954-602-3131

    Legislative Aide: Lynn Nazario
    Email
    Phone: 954-602-3143

    Office of the Commission
    2300 Civic Center Place
    Miramar, Florida 33025
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Biography


Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne was elected to the City of Miramar Commission, Seat 2 on March 12, 2013 and was re-elected in 2017. Vice Mayor Colbourne has 30 years of public service experience with Miami-Dade County. During her tenure, she served as a member of a County executive team that successfully managed a $600 million budget and up to 2,000 employees. Vice Mayor Colbourne has a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Nova Southeastern University and an Associate Degree in Business Administration from Miami-Dade College. 
 
Vice Mayor Colbourne represents the City of Miramar on the Broward County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) board and on the Broward League of Cities.

“My greatest efforts have been anchored in the quality of life for the elderly, promoting diversity and advocating for the overall well-being of our entire city, One Miramar”. 

Commission Work



Commissioner Yvette Colbourne was elected to the City of Miramar Commission, Seat 2 on March 12, 2013. As a Commissioner, she represents all the City of Miramar residents.

In 2014 Commissioner Colbourne served as Vice Mayor for the City of Miramar, Commissioner Colbourne represents the city of Miramar on the Broward County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) board and on the Broward League of Cities.

Commissioner Colbourne has 30 years of public service experience with Miami-Dade County. During her tenure, she served as a member of a County executive team that successfully managed a $600 million budget and up to 2,000 employees. Commissioner Colbourne has a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Nova Southeastern University and an Associates Degree in Business Administration from Miami-Dade College. 
 

Prior Community Involvement



Prior to being elected, Commissioner Colbourne served her community as President of her homeowners association for 10 years; Vice Chair of the City of Miramar Economic Development Board; member of the Civil Service Advisory Board; and served as a member on the Broward County Diversity Committee.