Democrat Brill’s strong background in local public service and her long history of active community involvement earns her the endorsement by Bucher
Democrat Karen Brill for Palm Beach County Commission District 5, today announces the endorsement by Susan Bucher, former Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections for her campaign. Bucher joins the growing list of endorsements including the Palm Beach County Police Benevolent Association, Palm Beach County’s Constitutional Tax Collector Anne Gannon, The Realtors® of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale, and dozens of community and neighborhood leaders.
“I’m supporting Karen Brill because she has demonstrated a strong background in local public service. She is one of the most active elected leaders in our community and is always responsive to residents. She is the most qualified person to be our next county commissioner,” said Bucher.
“I am honored to have the endorsement of a community leader like Susan Bucher,” stated Brill. “Susan is a trusted Democrat who’s represented Palm Beach County for eight years in Tallahassee as a state legislator, and then served locally for 10 years as Palm Beach County’s Supervisor of Elections. I appreciate her confidence in my record of service and ability to bring people together to get the job done.”
Longtime resident Brill was elected to the Palm Beach County School Board in November 2010, where she helped oversee a multi-billion-dollar budget, ensure transparency and accountability, and protect taxpayer dollars. Brill has been actively involved in public education, notably as an advocate for students with disabilities. She’s also a licensed realtor with more than eight years of residential sales experience and has more than 40 years of business experience with an emphasis on business development and marketing.
Brill serves as a Board Member for Community Alliance of Palm Beach County, as well as the Educational Foundation of Palm Beach County. She is a member of the Realtors® Association of the Palm Beaches, Coalition of Boynton West Residential Associations (COBWRA) Delegate, a graduate of Florida’s Partners in Policymaking, and served six years on the State Advisory for the Education of Exceptional Students.
Brill graduated summa cum laude from Palm Beach Atlantic College with a Bachelor of Science in Organization Management and received her Master of Business Administration from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Paid by Karen Brill, Democrat, for County Commission, District 5