A Miami Gardens native and lifelong resident, Sybrina Fulton is an active member of the community who has dedicated her adult life to public service, empowering women, and fighting for positive social change.
A graduate of Florida Memorial University, Sybrina has worked in Miami-Dade government for over 20 years, experience that gives her a ground-level understanding of the role county government plays in people’s daily lives. Sybrina is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated and the National Council of Negro Women.
Following the death of her 17-year-old son, Trayvon Martin, Sybrina turned her heartbreak into action by advocating for families and concerned citizens across the country. Through her work with the Trayvon Martin Foundation, Sybrina has helped grieving mothers, mentored young people, and become a leading voice on the need to end senseless gun violence.
Miami-Dade Commission candidate Sybrina Fulton says her campaign added more than $45,000 during December as she competes with Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert III for the District 1 seat. That total easily eclipses Fulton’s previous monthly high of just more than $13,500, which she
The endorsements for Sybrina Fulton’s campaign for Miami-Dade County commissioner keep rolling in. Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin and founder of the Trayvon Martin Foundation, picked up several major endorsements from members of the Democratic Party this week. Friday,
In announcing her campaign for a seat on the Miami-Dade County Commission, activist-turned-candidate Sybrina Fulton held up her 24 years of employment at the county as an asset to her first political campaign. She’s held positions in multiple departments of
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