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Vice Mayor Angelo Castillo
Town Hall Meeting "Moving Beyond the Recession" - December 3, 2013

District 4

Born in Havana, Cuba and raised in New York City, Vice Mayor Angelo Castillo moved with his family to Pembroke Pines for a job opportunity in 1996. An avid community proponent, he ran for a seat on the Pembroke Pines City Commission in 2004 and won, becoming the first Hispanic-American elected to serve on the Commission in 30 years. Vice Mayor Castillo was re-elected in 2006, 2010, 2011, and 2014 and has served as Vice Mayor three times.

“I am honored to serve on the City Commission,” said Vice Mayor Castillo. “Pembroke Pines is an outstanding city in which to live, work, do business, or retire. We are a culturally diverse and exciting community joined together by common pride and a desire to see our city progress.”

Vice Mayor Castillo has served on a number of boards and councils including: Hispanic Unity of Florida, the Broward League of Cities, the Broward County Planning Council, and the Broward County Juvenile Justice Board. He currently serves on the Broward County Tourist Development Council.

He is the recipient of numerous awards for his work in the field of health and human services, including being named Humanitarian of the Year by the City of Hope Foundation and the Broward Cystic Fibrosis Association, and Elected Official of the Year by the Broward Coalition for the Homeless.

Having earned an academic and athletic scholarship at Wagner College in New York, he graduated with a degree in Business Administration, and an MBA in Finance in 1983. Commissioner Castillo graduated from New York Law School, and completed a Senior Executives in Government program at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He is currently the Executive Director of Administration Operations for the Broward Sheriff’s Office.

 Vice Mayor Castillo and his wife are the proud parents of two daughters.

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