Commissioner Peggy Gossett-Seidman
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Commissioner Gossett-Seidman and her husband Barry has been residents of Highland Beach since 1991. They have three children: Tyler, Austin and Dallas; and they are currently attending college. Commissioner Gosett-Seidman was born on a U.S. Air Force Base and raised in Michigan. She attended Michigan State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honors, studying Writing, Journalism and History while working as a State News reporter. After graduation, she became the first woman sportswriter for The Palm Beach Post, covering tennis, auto racing, baseball and football. She then worked as a Professional Journalist, Writer and Media Director for many companies including the Women’s Tennis Association Pro Tour in 18 countries, Burt Reynolds Jupiter Theatre and TV series, Chris Evert Pro-Celebrity, local schools, businesses and charitable events. At the National and State levels, Peggy worked with Points of Light, Florida’s Ounce of Prevention Fund, Special Olympics, Best Buddies and March of Dimes, among others. She has been a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and other news affiliations. Her byline stories and media releases earned many honors and were published widely throughout the U.S. and Internationally. She is certified as a Red Cross lifeguard and swim instructor, in scuba diving and parachuting. She has advocated for community improvement for many years, is a member of St. Lucy Council of Catholic Women, and Secretary of Bel Lido Property Owners’ Board. She holds strong beliefs that solid communication skills and the inherent goodness of all people are vital to society at all levels.
Term: March 2018 to March 2021