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Get-Up-To-Date: Laws and Rules for Landscape Architects
Tuesday, October 11th | 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST
Register for our Get-Up-To-Date webinar on October 11th at 12:00PM ET. This webinar will cover a variety of issues such as ASLA Florida’s advocacy efforts and political activity!
View Our Great Lineup Of Presenters Below!
Senator Bobby Powell: Florida House of Representatives
Representative Christine Hunchofsky: Florida House of Representatives
Representative Toby Overdorf: Florida House of Representatives
Jennifer Daoulas: Kimley-Horn
Diana Ferguson: Esq: Rutledge Ecenia, P.A.
Emily O’Mahoney: FASLA, 2GHO, Inc.
Bradley Rawls: Manager, State Government Affairs
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
Donate to the friends of Landscape Architecture: https://www.100fla.org/
Learn More About our Speakers:
Bobby Powell is a Democratic member of the Florida Senate who has represented the 30th district, which includes West Palm Beach and surrounding areas in northeastern Palm Beach County, since 2016. He previously served two terms in the Florida House of Representatives, representing the parts of the West Palm Beach area from 2012 to 2016.
Toby Overdorg is a Republican member of the Florida Legislature representing the state's 83rd House district, which includes parts of Martin and St. Lucie counties.
Jennifer Daoulas is landscape architect at Kimley Horn in Tampa. She received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Clemson University and her Master of Natural Resources from Virginia Tech. Jennifer has remained an active member of the Florida Chapter serving as Secretary for two terms and currently serves as the President for the ASLA Florida Chapter.
Diana 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.
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.
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.
Kevin White is a Senior Landscape Architect with England Thims & Miller Inc. in Jacksonville, Florida. Kevin received his Bachelor of Science, College of Agriculture, University of Florida and his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University of Florida- 2002 (1st graduating class of the 5-year accredited program). Kevin has been a committed member of ASLA Florida for 24 years and has served in various roles including President of the Chapter and currently serves as the Member at Large for Advocacy and Licensure.
The Jacksonville Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) cordially invites you to participate in the annual AIA/ ASLA Golf Tournament.
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Why: The tournament brings together architects, engineers, contractors, suppliers and clients to promote fellowship and raise funds to support architecture and landscape architecture students!
Where: St. Johns Golf & Country Club, 205 St. Johns Golf Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092
What: Four Player Teams / "Captain's Choice" Scramble
When: Monday, November 7th, 2022
- Breakfast 7:30 am
- Opening Remarks 8:15 am
- Shotgun Start 8:30 am
- Awards 12:30 pm
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