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About Commissioner Myers
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Commissioner Gwen Myers is a native and lifelong resident of Hillsborough County. She was elected to the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners in November 2020.
She has long been an advocate for improving transportation, affordable housing, and health care in the county. She plans to lead the County with the new construction of an African American Art and Cultural Center (see renderings below.)
Commissioner Myers uses the theme "It's About The People." She worked in Hillsborough County Government for 25 Years, from 1988 through 2013, in the departments of Housing and Community Development and Health and Social Services.
Commissioner Myers has a bachelor's degree in Business Administration/Accounting from Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University (FAMU). She is married to Randolph T. Myers, Sr., and has one adult stepchild.
The renderings show the possibilities for the African American Arts and Cultural Center facility on N. Rome Avenue. Renderings Courtesy of Fleishman Garcia/HGA.
Boards & Councils
As part of her duties as a County Commissioner, Myers serves on the following Boards and Councils:
- Affordable Housing Advisory Board
- Children's Board of Hillsborough County
- Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County
- Environmental Protection Commission - Chair
- Florida State Fair Authority
- Hillsborough/Pinellas Workforce Development Consortium
- Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART)
- Transportation Planning Organization (TPO)
- Wanda West
- Robbi Smith