02/25/2021 | Press release | Archived content
As part of our national celebration of Black History Month, I am paying tribute to African-American leaders from Florida who have made outstanding contributions to our community and our country. These accomplished men and women have not always received the recognition they have earned.
Today I rise to honor Linda Hill Anderson.
Linda is a fourth-generation Hollywood, Florida native. She graduated from Hollywood Hills High School and Sheridan Vocational School and served in the Broward County Public School system for over 40 years.
Linda has been an active member of her community, serving as president of the Liberia Civic Association and on the African-American Advisory Council.
Linda was elected to Hollywood's city commission in 2020. She is the first Black woman ever to serve on the commission in Hollywood's 95-year history.
Commissioner Anderson is a trailblazer and an extraordinary public servant. She has dedicated her life to making her Hollywood community stronger and fairer. Every day, she works tirelessly to improve the lives of her fellow Floridians.
I ask my colleagues to join me in honoring and celebrating Linda Hill Anderson.