Virginia Savietto was born in Argentina and moved to Florida with her parents when she was 13 years old and has lived in Palm Beach County for over 30 years.

Virginia is a creative strategist and problem solver in project management, branding, marketing and design. She has over 20 years of experience providing effective and empowering visually functional design and marketing solutions to help businesses, government and nonprofits connect with their target markets. Virginia has won numerous national and local awards for her excellence in creativity and leadership.

Virginia has served the residents of Palm Beach County through the Board of County Commissioners for over 17 years building healthy working relationships with a wide spectrum of departments, divisions and agencies. Previously, Virginia was a teacher of adult English Students of Other Languages (ESOL) at Lake Worth Community High School. Virginia is currently working for Palm Beach County Commissioner Gregg K. Weiss as his Administrative Assistant.

Due to her passion for improving communities, she has been helping mobilize diverse groups to raise awareness of the various services and resources available to people in need. Virginia served and currently serves in various boards and committees in the community.

Virginia is a graduate of Lake Worth High School. She holds two Bachelor of Science degrees: Graphic Design and Legal Studies; and a Master of Arts Degree in Project Management, Business and Marketing.

Virginia has a 12-year-old son named Luca and a dachshund named Mikey. In her time off she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with Luca, family, and friends.