Get-Up-To-Date: Laws & Rules for Florida Landscape Architects - Webinar

  • June 09, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
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Get-Up-To-Date: Laws and Rules for Landscape Architects

Thursday, June 9th | 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST

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Register for our Get-Up-To-Date webinar on June 9th at 12:00PM ET. This webinar will cover a variety of issues such as ASLA Florida’s advocacy efforts and political activity, universal licensure, highway beautification, tree ordinances, and more!

View Our Great Lineup Of Speakers & Presenters Below!

Rep. Stan McClain: Florida House of Representatives

Rep. Nick DiCeglie: Florida House of Representatives

Ruthanne Christie: Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation 

Elizabeth Hebron: Director, State Government Affairs

Emily O’Mahoney: FASLA, 2GHO, Inc. 

Bradley Rawls: Manager, State Government Affairs

David Crawley: Vice President AECOM

Diana Ferguson, Esq: Rutledge Ecenia, P.A.

Jennifer Daoulas: Kimley-Horn

Kevin White, England: Thims & Miller, Inc.


This session will provide 1.5 Laws & Rules CEU credits through DBPR. Course #12882

**Please be sure to provide your LA license number in your registration if you want to receive credit.**

ASLA Florida Members: $55

Non-Members: $75

Donate to the friends of Landscape Architecture: https://www.100fla.org/ 

Learn More About our Speakers:

Rep. Stan McClain: Florida House of Representatives

Stan McClain knows Marion County. A resident for over 35 years, he built a business and raised his family here, and he knows that strong leadership is necessary to keep it a wonderful place for generations to come.

Stan takes the same conservative principles of limited government, lower taxes, and economic freedom that guided his three terms on the Marion County Commission to the Florida House of Representatives.

Rep. Stan McClain: Florida House of Representatives

Stan McClain knows Marion County. A resident for over 35 years, he built a business and raised his family here, and he knows that strong leadership is necessary to keep it a wonderful place for generations to come.

Stan takes the same conservative principles of limited government, lower taxes, and economic freedom that guided his three terms on the Marion County Commission to the Florida House of Representatives.

Ruthanne Christie

Ruthanne Christie is an Executive Director with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) where she oversees the Boards of Landscape Architecture, Veterinary Medicine and Electrical Contractors’ as well as the Asbestos Licensing Unit.   Ruthanne has over 25 years of experience in state government, working with the professional boards at DBPR since 2001. ​

Diana Ferguson joined Rutledge Ecenia in January 2011 as an attorney and lobbyist.  Her practice is concentrated in the areas of environmental and administrative law, regulated industries and government relations.  She currently provides governmental advocacy services for several clients, including businesses, local governments, associations, and non-profit organizations.  Prior to joining the firm, Diana provided legislative counsel to the Florida Association of Counties.  In that capacity, she lobbied numerous environmental issues as well as other local government issues.​

Elizabeth Hebron ​

Director, State Government Affairs​
American Society of Landscape Architects​
Washington, District of Columbia ​

Elizabeth Hebron has been with ASLA National for over six years. As Director of State Government Affairs, she works with ASLA Chapters to promote and defend landscape architecture licensure and to advance other key issues impacting the profession. Prior to joining ASLA, she worked four years on Capitol Hill and spent 10 years lobbying on federal legislative issues involving historic preservation, tax, appropriations, and affordable housing. She has BS and MS in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University. ​

Emily O'Mahoney

Emily M. O’Mahoney, FASLA, PLA, LEED AP is a partner in the firm of 2GHO, Inc. in Jupiter Florida working on a wide range of project types. Her technical specialty is accessibility and her passion is for ASLA and landscape architecture, especially helping emerging professionals pass the LARE.  Emily is serving as our ASLA President Elect, the first of her three-year presidential term with national ASLA. ​

Bradley Rawls ​

Manager, State Government Affairs​
American Society of Landscape Architects​
Washington, District of Columbia ​

Bradley Rawls has worked at ASLA, as the Manager of State Government Affairs, for four and half years. In his role he assists in developing and implementing state government affairs programs and in representing and advancing key issues impacting the profession, particularly the promotion and defense of state licensure. Prior to joining ASLA, he spent 10 years advancing legislative priorities for the life insurance industry. He also has experience working in the U.S. Senate (office of U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez) and for Florida State Senator Victor Crist. He has a Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from Virginia Tech and a BA in Business Administration from the University of Florida. ​

David Crawley, PLA, ASLA, ISA – Principal Landscape Architect/Associate Vice President – AECOM

David Crawley, PLA, ASLA, ISA is the Principal Landscape Architect for AECOM’s practice in Florida. He is an Associate Vice President and has been with the firm for 22 years. David is an honors graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning. Since 2007 he has served as AECOM’s representative on the Board of Trustees of Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful. He previously served as ASLA Florida’s representative on the Florida Urban Forestry Council’s Executive Committee.  He currently serves as ASLA Florida’s representative on the FNGLA (Florida Nursery Growers and Landscape Association) – FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation) Industry Committee. David is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist, a member of ISA Florida and an active member of ASLA Florida’s Government Affairs Committee.

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