PARKLAND, FL- Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky was inducted into the Broward County Women's Hall of Fame this past Saturday, March 31 at the Carolina Club in Margate. Local Parkland leaders are especially proud and pleased to see the Parkland mayor recognized at the event.
"I'm very proud of our Mayor. She's had an entire community leaning heavily on her for guidance, support, and encouragement. She was like that before February 14, and since that tragic day she works non stop from sun up until the wee hours of the night for our community," says local community organizer Heather Khalil. "I don't know how she does it, but she is truly an inspiration to so many in our city!"
"We feel honored that Christine Hunschofsky is our Mayor and that she was inducted into the Hall of Fame," added Parkland resident Jennifer Caronna. "Mayor Hunschofsky works tirelessly to make sure that we are all okay. You can just feel the authenticity and care that backs each of her words. This award is very well deserved. We appreciate all of her dedication," said Caronna.
Hunschofsky is thankful for the Parkland community as well as the women of Broward County. "So many strong women who have contributed so much in different ways are members of the Broward County Women's Hall of Fame. It was an honor to be included with such an incredible group of women," she shared.
Also inducted in the 2019 class were Monica King, Debra Oistacher, Commissioner Barbara Sharief, The Honorable Renee Goldenberg, Christina Spudeas, and 2019 Rising Star Andrea JohnBaptise. This year's ceremony was the 28th annual Broward Women's Hall of Fame Event.