Commissioner Daniela Jean has devoted her entire life to serving and protecting the livelihoods of North Miami Beach residents. A product of the NMB Community, she attended Fulford Elementary, JFK Middle, and NMB Senior High School. Needless to say, her education made her greatly appreciate the importance of government work and public service.
Through her experience in Risk Management and Procurement, Commissioner Daniela Jean fostered a certain set of skills that formed the foundation of her work as a public servant. She has over eight years of experience working for the local government and more than 15 years of community work experience.
Both an author and a social strategist, Daniela Jean has a keen understanding of the social problems that plague her community. Moreover, she has vehemently fought to keep her community safe, prosperous, and peaceful.
“It’s easier said than done, but definitely doable.”
That’s Commissioner Daniela Jean’s motto, and she abides by it to a T. Throughout her years working as a public servant, her efforts have spoken for themselves. Between 2017 and 2020, she was appointed as a Miami-Dade County Commission for Women District 2 Board Member.
Looking back into the past, between 2002 and 2004, she was a board member of the Florida Conference of SDA Executive Committee Board. 2019 was a successful year for her as well, since she was awarded the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce HYPE Award.
In the same year, she received the Women of Worth Award, a recognition of her positive influence on the Miami-Dade community. The commissioner has brought many good changes to North Miami Beach, and she’s especially concerned about equality and equity.
She received her formal education at Fulford Elementary, then JFK Middle, and NMB Senior High School. Later, she attended Miami-Dade College, Associates of Arts, in 2006. Two years later, in 2008, she studied for a Bachelor of Science Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Biology at Barry University.
In 2017, she underwent a Master of Science in Global Strategic Communications at the Florida International University. Undoubtedly, the multifaceted education she brings to the table is invaluable for her public work. Currently, Commissioner Daniela Jean is serving as president and CEO of Arts at Work, Inc., a non-profit organization that promotes the literary, visual, and performing arts for the youth in her community.
Commissioner Daniela Jean has been and will continue to be a supporting pillar of the North Miami Beach community, and her public service is exemplary!