Updated on 01/10/2018 4:59 PM

Mayor Anne Gerwig and her husband, Alan, have lived in Wellington for 27 years with their three grown children -  Jessica, Dane and Luke. Mrs. Gerwig is the Director of Client Communications for Alan Gerwig and Associates, Inc. located in Wellington. The company has provided civil and structural consulting engineering services throughout the state since 1998.  Mrs. Gerwig has worked in the land surveying, planning and engineering field as a draftsman/CADD technician in Palm Beach County since 1982.

Mrs. Gerwig is active in the Wellington and Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. While raising her children in Wellington, Mrs. Gerwig volunteered at schools and on many service projects including the building of community playgrounds and the Safe Neighborhoods Initiative.

She is committed to developing Wellington’s local youth and was instrumental in naming of the Keely Spinelli Education Grant – a grant named after a beloved educator and elementary school principal who spent her short life impacting the future.

In 2012, Mrs. Gerwig was appointed to the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council by the Palm Beach County League of Cities. She also serves as the voting delegate at the Palm Beach County League of Cities and on the Education Committee. Mrs. Gerwig was appointed to serve on the Housing Leadership Council of Palm Beach County and has been selected as Chair of this board. 

After being nominated by the Board of Directors of the Palm Beach County League of Cities, she was appointed by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners to serve on the Citizen Advisory Committee on Health and Human Services. As of May 2017, Mrs. Gerwig is currently the First Vice President of Palm Beach County League of Cities.

Mrs. Gerwig was re-elected in 2014 after serving a four year term for the Wellington Council in March 2010. She was elected in March 2016 as the 6th Mayor of Wellington.

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