Councilwoman Michele Fiore was elected to serve as the representative for Ward 6 in the June 2017 municipal election. She was appointed to the LVCVA Board in February 2018. July 3, 2019, she was unanimously voted to serve as the city's mayor pro tem and served in that capacity for a year.
Councilwoman Fiore was born in Brooklyn, New York, and has lived in Nevada since 1993. The only child of a single mother, she was brought up with a strong work ethic and sense of independence.
Councilwoman Fiore spent two terms in the Nevada Legislature representing Clark County’s Assembly District 4. She was elected by more than 52 percent of voters in 2012 and expanded her margin of victory in 2014, earning more than 62 percent of votes.
As a community activist, Councilwoman Fiore has volunteered thousands of hours to the Trauma Intervention Program, responding to traumatic incidents across Las Vegas and providing crisis intervention support to trauma victims and first responders.
Councilwoman Fiore worked on a volunteer basis with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s SWAT team to enhance community safety and provide secure environments for live drills, helping ensure our police are well-trained and on the cutting edge of their profession. She also served on LVMPD’s Use of Force Review Board, helping ensure accountability within the department.
Councilwoman Fiore has more than 24 years of business and entrepreneurial experience. She founded and owned a company that provided home healthcare services to the sick and elderly. As the chief executive officer, she gained experience making decisions about policies and procedures, utilizing a solutions-based approach and a customer-service focus.
Councilwoman Fiore has two daughters, Sheena and Savanah; two grandsons, Jake and Jackson; and four granddaughters, Jemma, Jayden, Mara and Morrigan. In her spare time, she spends time with her mastiffs, rides ATVs in the Colorado mountains and enjoys target shooting.
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