Having grown up in Mid-Beach, Micky Steinberg understands the value of having a strong quality of life for Miami Beach residents and businesses. A graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School, she appreciates the importance of a quality education. It was during her high school years that Steinberg learned by working together with others she could bring change to her community. Through her past service on the Police Citizens Relations Committee and her present service on the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority, she has put to work her teamwork approach to bring positive and sustainable change to our community.
Steinberg started her career in the hospitality industry in South Beach, where she worked to improve the experience of residents and visitors by focusing on customer service. In 2002, she launched her career as a licensed realtor, putting to work her knowledge of Miami Beach’s diverse real estate market. Today, she continues her work with Palm Properties of South Florida, where she showcases our community to prospective residents.
Steinberg has a long record of community involvement, including her current board appointment on the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority. Previously, she gave back through her involvement with the Miami Beach Police Citizens Relations Committee, Public Policy Committee of Jewish Community Services, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami. She is also a lifetime member of Hadassah. Because of her efforts to better our community, Steinberg was recognized as a Woman of Valor by the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center in 2008.
Steinberg believes that City leaders must set new priorities that promote a better quality of life. She wants to face Miami Beach’s tough challenges – from out of control street flooding to a shortage of parking and an outdated convention center. More importantly, City Hall needs an aggressive approach to rid the corruption that has troubled city government. Quality local schools are also vital to Miami Beach and Steinberg believes that city leaders should work in partnership with the school Superintendent and School Board members to strengthen the Beach’s education system.
Some of her fondest moments have been the time spent with her grandmother, who played a central role in her upbringing. To this day Steinberg continues to share a special bond with her 90-year-old grandmother who lives on Collins Avenue. Steinberg and her sisters were taught the values of hard work and determination by her parents. In July 2005, she married Richard Steinberg, a Miami Beach native whose family is dedicated to public service. They are the proud parents of four-year-old Chloe and one-year-old JD.