Carol Keys is a real estate attorney (admitted to the Florida Bar 1978) and is the owner of Keys Title Company, established in North Miami in 1998. She is a lifelong resident of the city, still residing in the home in which she grew up.
Named by the North Miami Mayor's Economic Task Force as Activist of the Year in 2000, Carol has committed herself to improving the quality of life for North Miami resident's, with a special emphasis on the more vulnerable: children and the elderly.
Cumberland School of Law, Juris Doctor
Miami-Dade Community College, Associate of Arts
University of Florida, Bachelor of Science in Advanced Accounting
University of Florida, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Accounting major)
University of Miami, Masters of Law in Taxation
Growing up in North Miami, Carol Keys was inspired to be actively involved in the community. She has served on City advisory boards, such as the Board of Adjustment (1998 to 2013), the Floodplain Committee (2002 to 2013), and the Charter Review Board (2012 to 2013). She has also served as past President and Director of the Police Athletic League (PAL) of North Miami, to give guidance to the organization's variety of programs that serve North Miami's youth.
Associations & Memberships
Florida Bar: Member since 1978
Greater North Miami Chamber of Commerce: Member of Board of Directors from 1992 to present, president from 2004 to 2006
Keystone Point Homeowner's Association: Member since 1994, president in 2013
North Dade and the Beaches Real Estate Council: Treasurer from 2008 to present
North Dade Bar Association: Member since 1978
North Miami Foundation for Senior Citizens: Member of Board of Directors from 1996 to present, past president