Veronica Malolos, Osceola County broker with NAI Realvest, was re-elected chair of the Osceola County Planning Commission to serve another one-year term in 2020.
Malolos, who has been elected for three consecutive terms, is the county’s first minority woman to hold that office. Prior to being elected chair in 2017, Malolos served as a Planning Board commissioner for more than five years.
“Veronica is widely recognized as a leader of both civic and human services initiatives in Osceola County,” said Patrick Mahoney, president and CEO of NAI Realvest.
Malolos, an alumnus of Leadership Osceola, has served on the county’s Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. She serves as vice-chair of the Board of Trustees for the Osceola Education Foundation’s Charter School Board. She is also a past president of the Osceola County Association of Realtors and has been honored by the Central Florida Commercial Association of Realtors for her community service, Mahoney added.
As chair of the Osceola County Planning Commission, Malolos guides the commission in its task of ensuring that land development is consistent with the county’s comprehensive plan.
“I thank the Osceola County Planning Commissioners for their continued faith and trust in me,” Malolos said.