Tracy Caruso Wins Log Cabin Ugly Sweater Award, Gets Big Appointment from DeSantis
Florida Jolt’s Editor at Large, Tracy Caruso, had a big day Tuesday, winning the Log Cabin Republican of Palm Beach County’s Ugly Christmas Sweater contest and getting appointed by Gov. DeSantis to the Health Care District of Palm Beach County.
Caruso is an accomplished businesswoman and experienced politico who owns and operates Delray Beach Executive Suites, serves as Vice Chair of the Palm Beach County Housing and Finance Authority, Vice-Chair of the Florida Log Cabin Republicans, and recently joined Florida Jolt as an Editor at Large.
Getting appointed by DeSantis to anything is a great honor, and Caruso was already excited when she entered the Ugly Sweater contest and won. The local LCR President is Steve Avila, and the club has an Instagram account lcr_palmbeach
Winning the Log Cabin Republicans Ugly Christmas Sweater contest is the honor of a lifetime. I promise to keep wearing ugly yet eye-catching theme clothing to continue to make the membership proud. ~Tracy Caruso
Local Palm Beach County favorites Pat Rooney and Carlos Vidueira were also appointed to the Health Care District.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Tracy Caruso, Patrick Rooney, and Carlos Vidueira to the Health Care District of Palm Beach County.
Caruso, of Delray Beach, is the President o Delray Beach Executive Suites. She serves as the Vice Chair of the Palm Beach County Housing and Finance Authority and previously served on the Delray Beach Historic Preservation Board. Caruso earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from New York University.
Rooney, of West Palm Beach, is the President of the Palm Beach Kennel Club. He previously served as a State Representative of the Florida House of Representatives from 2010 to 2016. Rooney earned his bachelor’s degree in political science form Clemson University, his master’s degree in business administration from Lehigh University, and his juris doctor form Villanova University.
Vidueira, of West Palm Beach, is the Vice President of Huizenga Holdings, Inc. He currently serves as the President of the Superyacht Life Foundation. Vidueira earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California and his master’s degree in business administration from the University of California.
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