Having served as Mayor since 2003, Buddy Dyer has worked tirelessly to shape Orlando into a vibrant, future-ready community where unity and partnership are the keys to helping every city resident thrive. Since his first day in office, Mayor Dyer has increased collaboration between Central Florida’s many governments, its business and civic communities and residents.
Mayor Dyer has made it a top priority to ensure that all residents are treated equally, are equally protected and have equitable access to opportunity. Recent actions and investments to end systemic racism and make Orlando an even more inclusive community include hiring the city’s first Equity Official.
Steven B. Grant
Mayor Jane Castor is the 59th Mayor of the City of Tampa. Born and raised in Tampa, Jane has spent a lifetime in service to the community, first as a police officer, then as Tampa’s first female Chief of Police, and finally as the city’s 59th Mayor. She graduated from Chamberlain High School and attended the University of Tampa on an athletic scholarship.
Jane spent 31 years with the Tampa Police Department, serving in nearly every capacity and in nearly every neighborhood of the city. In October of 2009, Castor became Tampa’s first female Chief of Police, serving for six years in that role.
Rick Kriseman was sworn in as the 53rd mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida on January 2, 2014, ushering in a new era for the Sunshine City. He was re-elected in November 2017.
As mayor, he leads an organization of 3,500 employees and a city of approximately 270,000 residents. Under his leadership, St. Pete has been ranked as Florida’s best-managed and fiscally strongest city and has received numerous accolades, including being named one of the top places to visit in the world by the New York Times and one of the 20 best places to live by Southern Living.
The Citizens of Boynton Beach elected Steven B. Grant, Esquire as the Mayor of the City of Boynton Beach in March 2016 and is currently serving his second three year term after being re-elected in 2019.
During Mayor Grant’s first term the City of Boynton Beach started their downtown project after nearly twenty years in planning. This Public Private Partnership includes restoration of the City’s 1926 High School and building a 4-story City Hall/Library Complex to be the core of the City’s Center. In addition, the Town Square Project will have a District Energy Plant to provide HVAC to all of the public and private developments, a new fire station, plus green space and an amphitheater.