Monica Cepero joined the staff at Broward County in November 2008 as Assistant to the County Administrator, and is now serving as Assistant County Administrator.
Prior to joining Broward County, Monica worked in the Miami office of PBS&J as manager of strategic positioning and public affairs. Previous to that, Monica served as the environmental policy advisor to Florida Governor Jeb Bush and was responsible for the policy and budget recommendations of $6.5 billion for the environmental and agricultural agencies. She also prepared revenue and economic impact analyses on a variety of proposed legislation and served as advisor to the Governor on the environmental and agricultural matters of the state, including the successful passage of the Florida Energy Technologies and Efficiency Act.
Her career in public service, however, began following college when she worked for the city of Tallahassee, serving in a variety of positions, leading to a senior management analyst in the office of budget and policy in the department of management and administration.
She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Affairs, and a Master of Public Administration from Florida State University.