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Andrew D. Gillum was elected Mayor of Tallahassee, FL in August 2014, and assumed the office on November 20. A Florida A&M University graduate, former FAMU student government president and Board Trustee, Andrew served on the Tallahassee City Commission since 2003. He was the lead commissioner for the Financial Viability Target Issue Committee; co-commissioner, Health and Human Services Target Issue Committee; and chair, Joint Planning Board for Human Services Partnership. Before becoming Mayor he was the National Director of Youth Leadership Programs and the Young Elected Officials (YEO) Network with People For the American Way Foundation, offering elected officials age 35 and under leadership, personal development training, and public policy support. Andrew is a Board Director for the Schott Foundation for Public Education and a Board Trustee for the Florida League of Cities – Florida Municipal Investment Trust.