Commissioner Sharief welcomes new U.S. citizens at Naturalization Ceremony held in Miramar.
Commissioner Sharief is featured speaker U.S. Naturalization Ceremony in Miramar where 49 people from 16 countries became American citizens.
Commissioner Sharief presents proclamation to Centennial Citizen Albert Baron, 101 years old, as Broward County celebrates its 100th Anniversary.
Commissioner Sharief (far left) with participants at the 3rd Annual Autism in Flight program at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
Commissioner Sharief (far right) with Broward School Board Members Patricia Good (2nd from right) and Robin Bartleman (3rd from right standing) and Supt. of Schools Robert Runcie (3rd from right sitting) with participants at the 3rd Annual Autism in Flight Program at FLL.
Commissioner Sharief speaks at a news conference to explain the Autism in Flight Program that she created to assist children with autism and their families experience traveling through an airport and flying on a plane.
Commissioner Sharief participates in the Third Annual Autism in Flight Program at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood Intl. Airport aboard a JetBlue Airways jet. The Commissioner developed the program to help children with autism travel.
Commissioner Sharief and Mayor Tim Ryan present proclamation to Aimee Sangster, Arts Teacher of the Year for Dance at New Renaissance Middle School in Miramar.
Commissioner Sharief presents proclamation designating April 28, 2015 as Lori Moseley Appreciation Day in Broward County
Commissioner Sharief presents a crystal gavel to former Miramar Mayor Lori Moseley honoring her twenty years of public service in Miramar.
Commissioner Sharief cuts the ribbon in celebration of the grand opening and expansion of Kellstrom Defense Aerospace, Inc. in Miramar.
Commissioner Sharief with fellow Commissioners, city mayors and representatives, business and community leaders as they come together to celebrate Broward County's Cities at the Broward Main Library.
Commissioner Sharief presents proclamation to Cai Killings, winner of the national Uncle Ben's Rice cooking contest.
Commissioner Sharief participates in the Broward County Libraries "Big Read" project. The chosen book this year is "To Kill A Mockingbird."