Ms. Gibbs joined the Office of the City Attorney in December 2017. She is currently assigned to the Land Use and Government Division handling grants, contracts, Community Redevelopment Agency matters, special projects, and legislative matters. Ms. Gibbs previously served as the City’s Municipal Prosecutor handling code enforcement and quality of life matters. Prior to serving as the City’s Municipal Prosecutor, Ms. Gibbs served as the City’s Public Records Coordinator where she trained all City staff on Florida’s Public Records laws. Prior to becoming an Assistant City Attorney, Ms. Gibbs served as Chief of Staff for a Miami City Commissioner where she managed the staff as well as planned, directed, coordinated, and evaluated the overall daily operations of the Commissioner’s office. Ms. Gibbs has also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Andrew L. Cameron of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orlando, Florida where she oversaw legal hearings including small claims and landlord tenant matters. Ms. Gibbs was a fellow in The Florida Bar Leadership Academy Class VII and currently serves as a member on The Florida Bar’s Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee. In addition, Ms. Gibbs works as an adjunct professor at Lynn University teaching Business Law and serves on Lynn University’s College of Business and Management Advocacy Board. Additionally, Ms. Gibbs was a recipient of the National Bar Association’s 2018 Top 40 Lawyers Under the Age 40 and a recipient of the National Bar Associations Young Lawyers Division 2019-2020 Chairman’s Award for Leadership Excellence.
Education: Juris Doctorate (2014), Florida A & M University, College of Law; Master of Business Administration (2009), Lynn University; Bachelor of Science, Business Administration (2008), Lynn University.