Mayor Jack Brady
Mayor Jack Brady was elected as the City's first Mayor at-large in Nov. 2004 and re-elected for a five-year term in Nov. 2009. No stranger to local politics, Brady has been a member of the City's legislative body for more than 23 years. First elected in 1988 as Commissioner of District B, he has also served four terms as Mayor and four terms as Vice Mayor. Mayor Brady was drawn to public service because he enjoys working with people. His goal is to make North Lauderdale the best community it can be, by making the best and most informed choices on behalf of North Lauderdale's residents.
Brady is a previous President for the Broward County Area Agency on Aging, a board member for the Florida League of Cities Intergovernmental Relations Committee, Broward County League of Cities Educational and Children's Committee, Sickle Cell Disease Association of Broward County, North Lauderdale Chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He is a former board member for the North Lauderdale Charter High School and North Broward Chamber of Commerce. He is a Master Mason at Masonic Lodge #373 in Coral Springs, Fla., and events coordinator for Acts of Kindness, Inc. Brady also regularly participates in events benefiting the Veterans of Foreign Wars Association, Scottish Rite, Lauderdale Lakes Moose Lodge and Joe DiMaggio's Children's Hospital.
Mayor Brady is a retired school teacher. He received a Masters degree in guidance and counseling from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Fla., and a Bachelor of Science degree from Murray State University, Murray, Ky. Brady is also a four-year veteran of the U.S. Navy. He and his wife Pat, have two children and two grandchildren.