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Mary Molina-Macfie, Commissioner Seat 4

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Mary Molina-Macfie

City Commissioner Mary Molina-Macfie, Seat 4 was elected to office in November 2018.

A long-time civic activist since moving to Weston from New York in 1991, Molina-Macfie has championed many causes.  Spurred by her own children’s illnesses while they attended public school, she campaigned for mold remediation, detection and examination to ensure proper cleaning measures in Broward schools, leading to the initiation of an indoor air quality protection policy for area schools to the benefit of all the children who would come through their doors.  Mary was instrumental in helping the City of Weston have the strictest sexual violator code in the state of Florida.

Recently Molina-Macfie started the first Veterans Association here in Weston, Veterans Of Weston (VOW).  She is a former Vice Chairperson of the Consumer Affairs Board of Broward County, Vice Chair of the Broward Coalition of Condominium & Homeowner Associations, and a Board Member of the Weston YMCA Family Center which offers programs for every age including water safety & education for drowning prevention and swim lessons for every age of which she is a huge proponent.

Professionally, Commissioner Molina-Macfie is a business owner who has a long history of understanding the dilemmas of property managers and individuals residing within Homeowner and Condominium Associations.  She has continuously taken classes for the last 15 years on topics such as landscaping & irrigation, building structural issues, roofing, asphalt, budgeting, ethics, contracts, human resources, cultural diversity and domestic violence to maintain her certification and licensing in Mediation and Community Association Management.

Personally, Mary is mom to two, now adult and successful daughters.  Heather is a senior field engineer for Tesla Motors and Brook, the youngest, a teacher in training.  Having already earned a 1st Black Belt in karate, when she is now running from meeting to meeting, volunteering her time to others in need.  Mary enjoys spending some quiet time with a good book and her dog, Taco, curled up at her side.  

Commissioner Molina-Macfie looks forward to dedicating her time to working hard to help ensure Weston continues to be the best community in the nation for families.