Michael Corrigan was elected Duval County Tax Collector and assumed office July 1, 2011. Prior to taking office, Michael was elected to the Jacksonville City Council in 2003, reelected for a second term in 2007 and served as City Council President in 2006-2007. He also served as chair and vice-chair of all City Council standing committees during his two terms. 
For over a quarter of a century, Michael helped build a family third-generation business literally from the ground up. He served as CEO of Nu-Trend Plastics, a manufacturing company of plastic packaging for the bakery, airline, seafood and candy industries since 1980.
A Jacksonville native and life long resident, Michael graduated from Bishop Kenny High School, received his Associate in Arts degree from the former Florida Junior College and attended University of North Florida. He is a 1997 graduate of Leadership Jacksonville and Leadership Florida Class XXVI.
Michael also has a long history of involvement with and commitment to community service.  In addition to being a Rotarian, Michael has spent decades working with great organizations that focus on mentoring, education, job creation, elimination of poverty, leadership development and neighborhood improvement.