Orange County Government, Florida

Victoria P. Siplin

District 6 commissioner


Victoria P. Siplin was elected to the Board of County Commissioners in 2014 and appointed Vice-Mayor for 2017.

  • General Manager/Paralegal at Siplin Law, PA
  • Vice-Mayor, Board of County Commissioners, 2017
  • MetroPlan Orlando, 2015-2018
  • Orange County Head Start Policy Council, 2015-2018
  • I-Drive Business Improvement District Governing Board
  • Orange Blossom Trail Development Board, 2015-2018
  • Children and Family Services Board, 2015/2018
  • Community Action Board, 2015-2018
  • Value Adjustment Board
  • Honorary Host Committee Member for UCF Gala, 2016/2017
  • Honorary Member, Retirees and Friends of Orange County Community Action & Head Start, Inc.
  • Honorary Host Committee Member, Equality Florida’s 2016 Greater Orlando Gala
  • Co-Host – “Truth 2 Power” Radio Show
  • Member – National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Central Florida Chapter
  • Member – Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association Board
  • Member – National Congress of Black Women
  • Member – Junior League of Greater Orlando
  • Former PTA Treasurer – West Oaks Elementary
  • Former PTA President – Palmetto Elementary
  • Founder – Education Success Program
  • Founder – Miss Haiti South Florida Scholarship
  • Member – NAACP
  • Children’s Church Teacher – New Covenant Baptist Church
  • Served as a page in the Florida Senate
  • Committee Chair – Enhancing Technology at Oak Ridge, Jones and Evans High Schools


  • Indian River State College
  • Dillard High School, honors


  • Haitian from Nassau, Bahamas
  • Married to The Honorable Gary Siplin, and mother to Joshua and Jacob
  • Hobbies include physical fitness, reading, and cross-stitching

Contact Us

Board of County Commissioners
Commissioner Victoria P. Siplin
201 S. Rosalind Ave., 5th Floor
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone: (407) 836-5860
Fax: (407) 836-5879

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