With a tip of the hat to Legislative IQ powered by LobbyTools, here are the latest movements – both on and off – of the legislative merry-go-round.
Off: Pepper Uchino is no longer staff director of the Senate Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation.
On: Ellen Rogers is now staff director for the Senate Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation.
On: Gail Vail joined the Senate Minority Office staff as a legislative analyst.
Off: Keaton Alexander left her role as legislative assistant to Trilby Republican state Sen. Wilton Simpson.
On: Mary Kassabaum was promoted to legislative assistant at the Simpson’s Brooksville office.
Off: Danny Collins is no longer a legislative analyst with the House Economic Development & Tourism Subcommittee.
Off: Ellen Wolfgang Rogers is no longer a senior attorney for the House Finance & Tax Committee.
On: Martha Adeyemo is now an administrative assistant for the House Local & Federal Affairs Committee.
Off: Kathleen Brown-Blake is no longer the attorney for the House Business & Professions Subcommittee.
On: Jonathan Riveras is now the district secretary for Hialeah Republican state Rep. Bryan Avila.
Off: Wesley Davis is no longer the district secretary for Lakeland Republican state Rep. Coleen Burton.
On: Eric Gooden is now the legislative assistant for Deerfield Beach Democratic state Rep. Gwyn Clarke-Reed.
Off: Tyler Russell is no longer the district secretary for Eucheeanna Republican state Rep. Brad Drake.
On: Allison Hopkins is now Drake’s district secretary.
Off: Jennifer Fudala is no longer legislative assistant for Pensacola Republican state Rep. Clay Ingram.
On: Zachary McCulley is now Ingram’s legislative assistant.
Off: Sarah Schmuck is no longer Ingram’s district secretary.
On: Ashley Fairbrother is now district secretary for Jacksonville Republican state Rep. Lake Ray.
On: Melinda Ward is the new district secretary at Democratic state Sen. Joseph Abruzzo’s Wellington office.
Off: Nicole Graham is no longer a legislative assistant for Hollywood Democratic state Sen. Eleanor Sobel.