Elected: November 2018
Term Expires: November 2022
Vice Mayor Jane F. Bolin was elected to the Oakland Park City Commission in 2018. Jane believes it is important to be involved in your community and dedicates herself to advancing the city’s momentum and building an inclusive culture.
Education and Experience
Originally from Washington, D.C., Vice Mayor Bolin received a B.A. in political science from Radford University, a Masters in sports management from the United States Sports Academy, and her Juris Doctorate from St. Thomas University School of Law. She has been an adjunct faculty member at St. Thomas University School of Law and Nova Southeastern University, teaching Law Practice Management and Florida Real Estate Law.
Jane is the founder and managing partner of PeytonBolin, PL, a real estate and community association law firm. She is also the co-founder of Giannell Title, an attorney-owned and operated title company. Recognized for her success, Ms. Bolin has earned numerous accolades and was named to the South Florida Business Journal 40 under 40 list.
Memberships and Civic Involvement
Vice Mayor Bolin is a proud graduate of the Oakland Park Local Government Academy Class of 2018 and was elected class speaker for their graduation ceremony.
Deeply involved in the community, Jane serves on the governance committee of the Pride Center at Equality Park of South Florida, the council of advocates for the Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center, and is co-chair of the advisory council of the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center. She is an active members of the Oakland Park/Wilton Manors Rotary Club, the incoming presidents of the Oakland Park Kiwanis Club, and also serves as the global chair of governance for the Entrepreneurs Organization.
Jane also served as the vice-chair of the Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center, and a board member for the World AIDS Museum, Girl Choir South Florida, Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida, Khushi Hona, and the Florida Rugby Union.
An avid athlete, Jane often combines her passion for philanthropy with her passion for sports. She rode 165 miles, from Miami to Key West, five times for the SMART Ride, a charity that raises funds to help those who are at risk, infected, or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Vice Mayor Bolin is also an accomplished athlete. She played rugby for Radford University and the Northern Virginia Rugby Club and was a member of the first Women’s Professional Football League where she played middle linebacker. In 2017, she won the Women’s Strong Man Masters division in a qualifying competition for the national championship. In her free time, Jane enjoys reading, scuba diving, and being in nature.