Maranda K. Auzenne
Maranda K. Auzenne was elected to the Cedar Hill City Council, Place 6 in 2023.
Maranda believes strongly in community service and volunteerism. Prior to her service on city council, Maranda served on the Planning & Zoning Commission, Beautification, Environmental and Sustainability Board, Tourism Board and Leadership Southwest. She also served on the boards of and chaired the Cedar Hill Chamber of Commerce and the Best Southwest Partnership board and continues her service on the Transformation Vision Cedar Hill Board and is ICSC Marketplace Council Director for TX, OK and AR. Maranda led the Citizen Think Tank collaboration for Cedar Hill’s Strategic Comprehensive Plan which charts the course for the city for the next 10 years and is also a graduate of Leadership North Texas.
Maranda is a Senior Vice President at Trademark Property Company, a Ft. Worth based commercial real estate developer, where she provides strategic and financial oversight for Trademark’s property management teams nationally. As a member of the company’s Senior Leadership Team, Maranda leads the transition process, ensuring the efficient and seamless onboarding of new properties into Trademark’s portfolio. From her 20 years in the commercial real estate sector, Maranda brings a diverse background in all phases of strategic property and asset leadership including design, construction, and sustainability. Maranda is known as someone who sees things differently, thereby coming to good solutions quickly. An advocate for women and diversity in Commercial Real Estate, she is a strategist and retail influencer. Maranda managed Hillside Village Shopping Center for 10 years.
Maranda has received many high honors; among them being named Cedar Hill Woman of the Year, receiving the Leadership Southwest Distinguished Leadership Award, receiving Cedar Hill’s Servant Impact Leader Award, receiving the Dallas Business Journal’s Minority Business Leader Award, Connect Media’s Women in Real Estate Award, Concord Church’s Debra Award for church and community partnerships, Connect Media Women in Real Estate and most recently was named by GlobeSt.com as a national Retail Influencer. She holds a BS, Human Relations and Business from Amberton University.
Maranda attends Concord Church and she and her husband Jay have been married for over 20 years.