Miami Parking Authority (MPA) announced today that the Board of Directors appointed businessman Marvin Wilmoth as the board’s newest member. He succeeds attorney and longtime board member Marlon Hill.
Mr. Wilmoth is the Managing Principal of Intersection Ventures. In that capacity, he serves as a community developer and consultant focusing on housing solutions at the intersection of sound public policy and community-centered private development.
From 2018 to 2022, he served as Vice Mayor and Harbor Island Commissioner of North Bay Village, leading the city’s sustainability, wellness, and housing efforts. He led the passage of the first ordinance limiting fertilizer usage to protect Biscayne Bay in Miami-Dade County. He also secured over $3 million for waterfront infrastructure projects to provide access to Miami residents. His signature accomplishment was leading the adoption of one of the first mandatory inclusionary workforce housing ordinances in Miami-Dade County.
Wilmoth earned a B.S. and M.B.A. from Florida A&M University and an M.S. in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in New York.
“Marvin is an exceptional business and civic leader, and we are excited to welcome him to the Board,” said Jami Reyes, Chairperson. “His insights and skills complement and enhance the board’s composition at a time when population growth, demographic shifts, and technology adoption are driving parking and mobility innovation in the Miami urban core.”
“I’m excited to join the Miami Parking Authority Board of Directors and have the opportunity to serve with a respected group of leaders and a committed and talented staff,” said Wilmoth. “I look forward to serving on the Board and contributing to the transformational evolution of the authority.”
Wilmoth is a board member of the Nyah Project, an organization that unlocks opportunities for underrepresented youth through college admissions and fellowships abroad. He also serves on the Board of Miami Waterkeeper, is a Miami Foundation Miami Fellow, a 2020 Presidential Leadership Scholar, and a Leadership Florida Connect Class VI graduate.