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Carol Coleman Runs for Mayor of The Village Of Wellington Fast Facts

Wellington, Florida -February 3, 2010- About Carol Coleman: Coleman grew up in Pennsylvania and began working as an equestrian trainer at Overpeck Stables in Leonia, NJ, in the 1970's. While in New Jersey, Coleman met a handsome equestrian named Harvey and fell in love. Eventually she moved to New Jersey full-time with Harvey and their family.

Educational Background: Undergraduate Degree at Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Three Masters Degrees from Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey including Speech Pathology, Audiology, and Learning Disabilities.

Residence In Wellington: Before becoming a permanent resident at the Equestrian Club Estates eleven years ago, Coleman was a seasonal resident splitting her time between New Jersey and Wellington.

Family: Coleman and her husband Harvey have two children and six grandchildren.

Professional Background: Coleman has been a judge for the United States Equestrian Federation and the Canadian Equestrian Federation in hunters, jumpers, and hunt seat equitation for thirty years. Other than her equestrian involvement, she was a Speech Pathologist and Audiologist in private practice and in the public school system, and she was a member of the Cleft Palate Team at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia. Coleman added professor to her name when she taught at Manhattan College in their speech and language department.

Entrepreneur: Coleman became an entrepreneur in 1985 when she developed a ballroom dance shoe company called Fancy Feel Dance Shoes Extraordinaire. Within eight years, Coleman had turned her small shoe business into a 172-store franchise. With such success she sold her business to Fred Astaire whose headquarters are in Florida.

Philanthropy: Coleman is an avid supporter of many equestrian charities including the Equus Foundation, Just World International and the Triumph Foundation. Her support outside of the equestrian world includes support for the arts, such as donating to the Kravis Center, and contributions to many medical foundations. Coleman donates to organizations for Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and donates to aid in the prevention heart disease.

Community Groups: Coleman is on the equestrian preserve committee, is an Executive Director of the Palm Beach County Sports Commission, and is the President of the R.W. Mutch Educational Foundation which is a 501(c)(3).

Accomplishments: She recently won the Lois Kwasman MVP Award for her dedication to Palm Beach County Sports.

Plan For The Village Of Wellington: Coleman would like to restore the superior Parks and Recreation programs. She would also like to see a fair, open, and transparent government. Coleman would like to ensure a senior center is incorporated into the New Village facilities. Lastly, Coleman would like to see the use of K-Park land (the land off 441), which the residents have been paying $40,000 a month to pay off the loan, be put to a public referendum. She feels the land's use should be decided by the taxpayers.

To support the Carol Coleman Campaign or for more information please contact:

Carmen Paterniti

The Carol Coleman Campaign



14195 Stroller Way

Wellington, Florida 33414


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