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Serving is a family matter: Miramar Commissioner Maxwell Chambers

Maxwell-ChambersServing is a family matter: Miramar Commissioner Maxwell Chambers

Maxwell Chambers was born in Johns Hall Clarendon, Jamaica and completed his training for custom cabinet making at Claude MacKay Technical College in James Hill Clarendon. He was raised by his mother Bertella Francis, and his grandparents Marcus and Gertrude Francis.

At age 18 he came to the United States and gained his citizenship. He later opened his custom cabinet making company and has been self-employed in this field for the last 25 years.

Maxwell is an active participant in the PTA and volunteers every morning at his youngest daughter’s school. He is a hardworking father of seven children; Maxwell Jr., Renae, Amanda, Zachary, Meia, Alyssa and Hailey and they live in the beautiful city of Miramar.

Serving is a family matter: Miramar Commissioner Maxwell Chambers

His community activist efforts include: his fight against red light cameras, supported non-profits that assist women and children in need, such as the Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center, Group De Aquin Haiti, Family and Friends Connection and The Children’s Harbor.

Maxwell is a board member of The Children’s Connection, a group that provides safe homes and adoption services for children from Haiti.  He and his wife have been very vocal advocates for assisting small businesses and stopping the foreclosure crisis in Broward County. He believes that volunteerism makes a difference.

Maxwell is married to Bar-bara Sharief, the Broward County Commissioner for District 8.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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