Mr. Campbell is the elected State Attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida which consists of six counties: Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, Wakulla and Franklin. Mr. Campbell sits on the board of several organizations, including Refuge House, Boy Scouts of America, Leadership Tallahassee, the Boys and Girls Club, and Young Actors Theater. He has also been involved in the Community Leadership Council on Gun Violence, American Cancer Society, the Tallahassee Exchange Club, Tiger Bay Club, and the William H. Stafford Inns of Court.
Jami Coleman is a managing partner at Williams & Coleman, P.A., in Tallahassee, Florida, where she specializes in Tax Law, Probate matters, Estate Planning, and Business Law. Jami has served as a LITC Attorney for LSNF, President of LAF, Secretary of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend, Secretary of Project Embrace, Inc., Director of the TBA Young Lawyer Section, Past Historian and Member of the Tallahassee Barristers Association, Committee Member of the Florida Bar’s Registered Paralegal Committee, Class III Fellow with the Wm. Reece Florida Bar Leadership Academy, an Associate Member of the William H. Stafford Inns of Court, and an Adjunct Professor at Florida A&M University.
As the President and CEO of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, Mrs. Dover works to protect, educate, and promote the diverse interests of Florida’s hospitality industry since 1995. She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the National Restaurant Association, Council of State Restaurant Associations, International Society of Hotel Association Executives, VISIT FLORIDA, Florida State University College of Business Board of Governors, Florida TaxWatch and the Florida Agriculture Center and Horse Park.
Mr. Fasig is a managing partner and attorney at Fasig & Brooks Law Offices in Tallahassee, Florida.
Jimmy has had numerous multimillion and million dollar recoveries. In 2015, he was listed in the nation’s top 1% of lawyers when he obtained a 5.4 million dollar verdict and a 3.1 million dollar judgment from a jury trial in Gadsden County, Florida. Jimmy has witnessed firsthand the way insurance companies and big businesses take advantage of people, and he has developed a strategy he calls the “full court press” strategy for achieving justice for his clients. He loves being a lawyer, and he loves fighting for his clients in front of a jury.
Debra Henley is the Assistant Dean for Career Services and Professional Development at Florida State University College of Law. She developed and teaches the “Florida Legislative Practice” course at the law school. Prior to FSU, she served seven years as the Executive Director of the Florida Justice Association and was also the association’s Legislative Director for 18 years. Debra is currently a member of the CLE Committee of the Florida Bar, and the Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee. She serves as a career mentor for “Ladies Learning to Lead” and conducts mock interviews for FCI Big Bend “After Reentry” program.
Rachel Borntreger is a family law attorney at the Law Office of Linda A. Bailey, practicing litigation and family-focused alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and collaborative divorce. A Tallahassee native, Rachel is dedicated to serving our community as a Rotarian with Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary, a mentor for Legal Aid Foundation’s Thunderdome program, and a volunteer Guardian ad Litem. Rachel is also a journeyman potter, member of LeMoyne Center for the Arts and lover of her German Shepherd, Sam.
Neil St. John Rambana
Mr. Rambana is a managing partner at Rambana & Ricci, PLLC and was described by New Yorker magazine as “an experienced immigration attorney”. He concentrates on criminal immigration issues and regularly represents clients before U.S. Immigration Courts across the country. He has served as Congressional liaison for the American Immigration Lawyers Association and was Vice President of the International Affairs Council.
Brandi Thomas is a partner at the Akbar Law Firm. Brandi is a legal professional whose primary areas of practice are Family Law and Personal Injury. Brandi is skilled in adoptions, family mediation and bankruptcy. She is active in her community, giving back in the areas of child welfare, economic development and social issues affecting the minority community. She is involved in several legal and community service organizations and is committed to providing pro-bono services to people that cannot afford legal representation.
With her husband’s selection as Florida State University’s 15th President, Jean has enthusiastically embraced the role of FSU’s First Lady and on a daily-basis participates in university activities supporting faculty, students and alumni in their goals and achievements. Over the years, multiple boards benefited from her dedicated service, including a local non-profit which raised one million dollars to build Quigley House – a center providing crisis intervention and temporary shelter for victims of domestic violence.
Mrs. Walker serves as executive partner of Holland & Knight’s Tallahassee office and practices in the firm’s Public Policy & Regulation Group. Mrs. Walker’s practice encompasses all aspects of Florida administrative law, and she regularly advises clients on Florida state and local government procurement matters, public utility law, ethics and election law issues, including campaign finance, gift laws and lobbying laws. Mrs. Walker has received many honors, including 25 Women You Need to Know with the Tallahassee Democrat, Joy Aukema Taps Children Advocate of the Year Award, Florida Legal Elite, and Women of Distinction Award with the Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhandle, Inc.