Vice Mayor Ana Maria RodriguezAnaMaria.Rodriguez@cityofdoral.com
Vice Mayor Ana Maria Rodriguez was successfully elected to the City of Doral Council on November 2, 2010 for a four year term in Seat 4, and was subsequently re-elected without opposition for a second four year term in 2014.
Born, raised and educated in Miami, she attended St. Theresa Catholic School, then went on to high school at Our Lady of Lourdes Academy. She later graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications in 1999 , then later graduated from The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business at Nova Southeastern University with a Master of Science in Leadership in 2009.
Vice Mayor Rodriguez currently serves in her professional capacity as Vice President of Government Affairs for the MIAMI Association of REALTORS®. She has a vast background in the Public Relations and Governmental Affairs arena, having been directly involved in the 2005 through 2010 Florida Legislative sessions as the Director of Government & Community Relations for Baptist Health South Florida. Prior to Baptist Health, she served as a Senior Associate in the Public and Government Relations firm of Robert M. Levy & Associates, with offices in Miami and Tallahassee from 2002 through 2004.
Vice Mayor Rodriguez is a proud graduate of the 2015-2016 Class of Leadership Florida (Class XXXIV), and launched the Southeast Region for Connect Florida in 2007, then served as Statewide Chair of Connect Florida in 2009. She has been an active member of the Doral Business Council for over a decade, and served as Vice Chair of the City of Doral Parks & Police 4 Kids Advisory Board since the board’s inception. She also served on the Board of the Coral Gables Community Foundation (2007-2010), and the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind YPOL Group.
She currently serves on the board of the FIU President’s Council, and enjoys having received numerous recognitions including 2015 Advocate of the Year Award from the Miami Association of REALTORS®, the March of Dimes "Humanitarian of the Year" award in 2011, and the Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award in 2010, among others.
She is proud of her Hispanic heritage, having been born to Cuban parents. She enjoys world travel and collecting art. She is married to Dr. Clemente Canabal, from Colombia and together they have four children.