(Hallandale, Florida) April 20, 2018
Commissioner Barbara Sharief recently announced her Award of Recognition for public service to Broward County, an honor bestowed by Mt. Moriah Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Hallandale, Florida. In her announcement, the Broward County Commissioner and former Broward County Mayor thanked Pastor John Honore and his congregation. The award was announced on Ms. Sharief’s Facebook page.
Barbara Sharief is a celebrated and highly-decorated political figure within South Florida. During her two-term tenure as Broward County’s Mayor Ms. Sharief was lauded by political pundits and the press alike for her leadership during Hurricane Irma and her advocacy of small businesses in and around the Fort Lauderdale area.
Broward County is one of the largest and most diverse counties in the state of Florida. It is also home to some of the most successful start-up companies and entrepreneurs in the nation. With its cultural and industrial diversity, its unique blend of being a vacation destination to hundreds of thousands of people every year along with being hailed as a top business-friendly destination in America, Broward County has become a hotbed for dynamic growth for companies small and large alike.
Ms. Sharief’s reputation as a public servant stems in large part from her humble origins and her skills as both an entrepreneur in her own right as well as her political acumen providing steady stewardship of Broward County’s many constituents.
For more information on Barbara Sharief visit barbarasharief.com.
For more information on Broward County visit broward.org.