Nando Iannicca was first elected to City and Regional Council in 1988 and was the first politician in the history of the City of Mississauga to represent the community where he was born and raised.
The most recent election also makes this “Native Son of Ward 7” the longest serving member of City and Regional Council. After graduating from Cawthra Park Secondary School Councillor Iannicca spent seven years in university obtaining degrees in political science, journalism, and economics.
He completed the Canadian Securities Course and spent the first two years of his career serving as an Investment Executive with a Bay Street firm prior to becoming the Ward 7 Councillor. Nando is also fluent in French and Italian. In almost three decades of public service Councillor Iannicca has served on almost every board and committee including the Police Services Board, the Mississauga Hospital Foundation, the Enersource Hydro Board, Mississauga Symphony, Peel Non-Profit Housing, and many others.
He is also the proud recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award for 25 years of volunteer service on such agencies as the Trillium Hospital Foundation, Red Cross, Mississauga Symphony and the Mississauga Food Bank. Nando and his wife Ann Marie are the proud parents of sons Damian and Francis and the family makes their home in the Huron Park community.
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