Shanon Materio has lived in District 5, West Palm Beach for more than 30 years. She is married to Phil Materio and has raised her three children Jenny Materio (31), Taylor Materio (30) and Philip Joseph Materio (22) in the South End neighborhood. All of her children attended South Olive Elementary, where Shanon was actively involved as PTO President.
Shanon is owner of McMow Art Glass, a small business located in Palm Beach County for more than 35 years. Shanon has received the 2013 Florida Retail Federation’s Retailer of the Year Award, the Lake Worth Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year and
Business of the Month Award in 2012. In both 2014 and 2015, Shanon was selected as a finalist for the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches “Small Business Person of the Year” Award. McMow has grown from a three person venture to the one of the largest art glass studios in the Country. Shanon is passionate about all forms of art and has worked with local organizations to ensure the arts continue to thrive in South Florida.
She is also a committed community leader with more than 30 years of volunteer experience. She is a past South End Neighborhood Association President, she was a board member on the Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency, and was an active Arts in Public Places Board member in West Palm Beach. Currently, Shanon sits on the Palm Beach County Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Shanon was appointed to the West Palm Beach City Commission in May of 2012 and was re-elected to a full term in March 2013. Shanon has tirelessly focused on, improving West Palm Beach neighborhoods, redeveloping the Dixie Highway Corridor and Economic Development issues throughout the City.