Longtime Boca Raton resident Yvette Drucker has the proven business experience, local civic leadership, and neighborhood understanding we need in Boca Raton City Council Seat C. She has already served the City of Boca Raton as chair of the Education Task Force and vice chair of the Historic Preservation Board, and Yvette’s service to her neighbors has helped make Boca Raton an even better place.

Yvette understands getting our economy back to full strength is vital. With a successful career as a professional human resources manager, experience on the Boca Raton Greater Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, work as a member of Impact 100 Palm Beach, and serving as president of the Boca Raton Historical Society where she was responsible for financial oversight and budgeting, Yvette knows what it takes to set innovative policy, manage teams, complete complex projects and administer large budgets.

Known for her policy advocacy and tireless activism for children and families, Yvette has been a leader for the Junior League of Boca Raton locally and throughout Florida. She has served as SPAC Statewide Public Affairs chair for a coalition representing 23 Florida Leagues, as president of the Boca Raton Historical Society, PTA president and board member of Calusa Elementary, B’nai Torah Congregation PTO president, Don Estridge High Tech Middle School PTA Board president and Don Estridge High Tech Middle School Foundation, and PTO member of American Heritage School.

Her community involvement also includes serving on Boards of the Florence Fuller Child Development Centers and Boca Raton Children’s Museum vice president and treasurer, and as a member of the Host Committee for the Boca Raton Art Museum.