Mayor, Lisa Aronson
Lisa K. Aronson was elected to the Coconut Creek City Commission in May 2008 after a special election to fill a vacancy. She was re-elected in 2009 and 2013. Aronson currently serves as Mayor, a title she previously held in 2010-11, a position which changes annually in Coconut Creek. She represents
District E which is east of Lyons Road above Sawgrass and west of Lyons Road above Hillsboro Boulevard.
Mayor Aronson also is the Interim Executive Director to the Broward Legislative Delegation and is a partner in Liron Enterprises, an advertising and marketing firm. She previously worked professionally as Director of Government Relations for Keiser University, Executive Director of two Broward County Charter Review Commissions (1994-1995 and 2000-2003), and Executive Director of a Broward County Management and Efficiency Study Committee. Prior positions include District Manager to a former U.S. Congressman, Special Projects Coordinator for the Port Everglades Authority, and Administrative Assistant to the Broward County Legislative Delegation.
An active member of the Broward League of Cities’ Board of Directors, Aronson is currently Secretary and chairs the League’s Ethics Task Force. Prior to her election to the City Commission, Aronson served on the City's Planning and Zoning Board for four years, including one year as Chair. Formerly a resident of Pembroke Pines from 1984 to 2001, Lisa served as a member of the City’s Charter Review Board.
Aronson has a Master of Public Administration degree from Florida Atlantic University with a specialization in Environmental/Growth Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations from the University of Florida, with minors in Political Science and Marketing.
Aronson is a long time mentor to a group of 30 girls on a monthly basis at Atlantic Technical High School in Coconut Creek for the Women of Tomorrow organization. She also volunteers for the Coconut Creek/Margate Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society and served as Chair from 2010-2012.
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