For Immediate Release
March 31, 2023
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(BPRW) North Miami Beach Commissioner Daniela Jean Appointed to National League of Cities NLC

(Black PR Wire) North Miami Beach, FL – Commissioner Daniela Jean of the City of North Miami Beach, has been appointed to The National League of Cities. As a member of the NLC, Commissioner Jean will serve as a Transportation and Infrastructure Services (TIS) Federal Advocacy Committee Board Member.

Commissioner Jean brings to the NLC a decade of experience in local government to enhance the quality of life for all residents of North Miami Beach from her time working in Risk Management and Procurement. Commissioner Jean is an author and served nearly 20 years as a social strategist in the community. She was recently appointed to the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) as Florida Regional Director. On top of her duties as a City Commissioner, she currently serves as President and CEO of Arts at Work, Inc. a non-profit organization which seeks to promote the literary, visual, and performing arts for youth and the community at large.

“I am thrilled to serve as a TIS Federal Advocacy Committee Board Member. In North Miami Beach I worked closely with my colleagues to provide innovative and equitable paths forward for our city residents and I look forward to using this opportunity and my experiences to enhance the quality of life for communities of all sizes,” said Commissioner Jean.


About the City of North Miami Beach
Truly at the “Crossroads of South Florida,” North Miami Beach is located midway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale and adjacent to the Golden Glades Interchange where I-95, Florida’s Turnpike, and the Palmetto Expressway meet. The central location, easy access, and major arteries including West Dixie Highway, Biscayne Boulevard, and 163rd Street, have transformed North Miami Beach into one of South Florida’s best known regional destinations for dining, shopping, and business ventures. The City is operated by 460 full-time employees and 10 departments. For more information, visit