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Sheila Kramer


Sheila Kramer, Publisher

Lake Mary Life’s founder, executive director, heart and soul, however you phrase it, Sheila is the brain behind the magazine and its 16-year success. From a 24-page magazine to the 148-page publication it is now, Lake Mary Life and its sister publications wouldn’t be a vibrant source of positive community news without the tireless efforts of our fearless and compassionate leader.

A native New Yorker, Sheila puts her savvy street sense to work every single day. Her Samaritan nature and desire to highlight the greatness born out of Seminole County is contagious.

If you combine Sheila’s love for producing Lake Mary Life, her 40-year marriage to our managing editor, and her devotion to her children and grandchildren, it would seem as though this woman doesn’t sleep.

Sheila’s favorite thing about working for Lake Mary Life:

“I love how the nonprofit organizations we write about get a great response from the community, whether it’s through donations or volunteers. That’s what makes working hard worthwhile.”