Senator Loranne Ausley
Senator Loranne Ausley was elected in 2020 after serving in the Florida House of Representatives from 2016 to 2020 and 2000 to 2008. Sen. Ausley serves on the Senate Committees on Agriculture and on Environment and Natural Resources; the Appropriations Subcommittees on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government and on Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development; on the Select Committee on Pandemic Preparedness and Response; and on the Joint Administrative Procedures Committee. A Tallahassee resident, she is an attorney who co-chairs the South City Foundation/Purpose Build Communities, is a member of the boards of the Institute for Child Success and the Claude Pepper Foundation, is a member of the Orange Bowl Committee and Leadership Florida, Class XX, and has served on numerous boards and organizations focused on education, access and opportunities for women and children. She lives in Tallahassee.