In November 2018, Commissioner Robert Weinroth was elected to the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners representing District 4.  He is a 26-year resident of the City of Boca Raton with an extensive background in business, public service, and community involvement. 
In 2014, Weinroth was elected to the Boca Raton City Council where he served as deputy mayor and CRA vice chair during his four-year tenure.  During this time, he was appointed to a number of Palm Beach County boards including the Boca Raton Airport Authority, Palm Tran Service Board, Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency, and Treasure Coast Planning Council.  He was also an elected board member of the Palm Beach County League of Cities.
In addition to his wide-range involvement with local nonprofits, Weinroth takes great pride in his past work as a volunteer with the Guardian ad Litem Program in the 15th Judicial Circuit advocating on behalf of abused and neglected children deemed dependent by the court. His advocacy on behalf of children also continued in his elected role for the School Advisory Councils for Waters Edge Elementary School, Olympic Heights High School and the Donna Klein Jewish Academy Board in the City of Boca Raton.  
Over the years, Weinroth was elected president of two homeowners associations (Boca Falls and Briarcliff at Woodfield Country Club), and he served as a board member of the Bay Winds HOA.  He was also appointed to serve on numerous committees by Woodfield Country Club HOA including the Safety and Security, Finance and By-Laws committees.  
He has also served on the boards of two synagogues; most recently B’nai Torah Congregation as financial secretary, treasurer, vice president and chair of the Budget & Finance Committee.
Weinroth has a broad background as an executive and general counsel in numerous fields including insurance, finance and health care.  At American International Group, he was president of a claims subsidiary.  He was also a senior financial analyst for Southern Business Management Associates Inc. where he was responsible for analyzing operations of small to medium-sized companies. Additionally, he was president and general counsel of Freedom Medical Services Inc. working with his wife and partner Pamela for 16 years; eventually selling the business.
Weinroth attended Northeastern University in Boston where he earned a Bachelor of Science Business Administration Degree.  He went on to earn his Juris Doctor at New England School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Florida, Massachusetts and New Jersey.
Currently, Weinroth serves on the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency, Value Adjustment Board, Multi-Jurisdictional Issues Coordination Forum, Education Commission and Palm Beach Broadband (chairman).  He also services as an alternate member of the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council. 
Weinroth is married to Pamela and is the father of four boys in their blended family.  

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