Oniel E. Toledo
Oniel E. Toledo was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and moved to South Florida in 2002. Prior to moving to South Florida, Oniel received his Mechanical Engineering Degree and Master's Degree in Engineering Management from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.
Since 1994, Oniel has worked in the Construction Industry, working both in the Public and Private sector. Oniel holds a General Contractor License and Roofing Contractor license here in the State of Florida.
Oniel has also served 8 years in the United States Marine Corps Reserve while living in Puerto Rico. After moving to South Florida, Oniel then served 3 years with the United States Navy Seabees, completing a tour in Iraq in 2004.
Mrs. Mastrarrigo has been practicing law for the last seventeen years. Most of those years where in the public sector. In 1996, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida. Mrs. Mastrarrigo attended the University of Central Florida on a full scholarship for athletics. Mrs. Mastrarrigo went on to earn her Juris Doctorate in 1999 from the University of Miami School of Law.
In 1999, is when she began her career as an Assistant Public Defender at the Broward County Public Defender’s Office where she represented the poor charged with misdemeanors, felonies and children charged in juvenile court. For a few years, Mrs. Mastrarrigo worked in the private sector handling misdemeanors, felonies and juvenile delinquency charges, but returned to her passion – public service at the Public Defender’s Office.
Michael Garcia was born in Salinas, Puerto Rico, and came to the mainland as a young child. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Broward County in 2003.
Michael has a successful commercial litigation and government affairs practice located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Michael is also a Professor at Broward College teaching Construction Law.
Michael volunteers his time with the American Lung Association (Turquoise Takeover) as an Ambassador regarding the Lung Force awareness campaign in Broward County. Michael also volunteers his time with the Cooper City Optimist, as a Coach.
LIza Erazo has over 25 years of experience in the Home Health Industry, with a proven-track record on Marketing and Senior Advocacy. Born and raised in Queens, New York, Liza relocated to Florida to pursue her education. In 2005, Liza earned a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, while raising two children as a single mother.
Eager to serve her Latino community she holds various memberships and affiliations. These include Vice-Chair of Hispanic Vote, Advisory Board member of ADRC, President of Broward County Latin Entrepreneurs, AARP Community Volunteer - Hispanic Community Advisory member, former-Chair Woman for the PR Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, former Vice Chair for the Local Advisory Board of Aspira-Broward Division, and with great honor was award the Hispanic Woman of Distinction Award in 2016.