Legislator Profile

Florida Representative Anna V. Eskamani (D)
Anna V. Eskamani
District Address:

1507 East Concord Street
Orlando, FL   32803-5411
Phone: (407) 228-1451

Capitol Address:
402 South Monroe Street
1102 The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL   32399-1300
Phone: (850) 717-5047
political profile
  • House District:47
  • First Elected:2018
  • Terms Out:2026
  • Party:Democrat
  • Delegations:Orange
  • District Information:view district 47 map
  • Legislative Service:Elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2018
  • Born:May 20, 1990, Orlando, FL
  • Moved to Florida:
  • Religious Affiliation:
  • Education:University High School, Theatre Troupe 4848, 2004-2008; University of Central Florida, BA, Political Science, International Studies, BA, Interdisciplinary Studies, Women's Studies, Certificate in Service Learning, 2008-2012; University of Central Florida, MA, Public Administration, MA, Nonprofit Management, Graduate Certificate in Gender Studies, Certified Nonprofit Professional, 2012-2015; University of Central Florida, PHD, Public Affairs, 2016-present
  • Occupation:State Strategic Advisor
  • Spouse:
  • Affiliations:National Caucus of Environmental Legislators (NCEL), Florida's State Lead, 2020
    WMFE 90.7FM, Youth Advisory Board Member, 2020
    UCF College of Arts & Humanities Dean’s Executive Council, Member, September 2019-Present
    US Global Leader Coalition, Florida Advisory Committee Member, July 2019-Present
    Florida Interfaith Coalition for Reproductive Health, Board Member, 2017- Present
    University of Central Florida Nonprofit Management Advisor Board, Board Member, 2017-Present
    Valencia College Peace and Justice Initiative, Advisory Board Member, 2014-Present
    University of Central Florida Women's and Gender Studies Advisory Council, Advisory Board Member, 2012-Present
    WMFE 90.7FM, Youth Advisory Board Member, 2017 - Present
  • Highlights:National Guard Association of Florida, Mr. Charles Maddox Patriotism Award, 2020
    Orlando Weekly, Readers’ Choice Best Local Politician, 2020
    The LGBT+ Center Orlando, Champion of Equality Award, 2020
    Run For Something, Virtual Vanguard Award, 2020
    University of Central Florida, 2020 Distinguished Alumnus, 2020
    Iranian American Bar Association Northern Californian Chapter, Distinguished Elected Official Award, 2019
    Orlando magazine's "50 Most Powerful People," noted as one of the most power people in Central Florida, 2019
    Orlando magazine's "50 Most Powerful People," noted as a "Powerful Force" in Central Florida and one of fifteen to watch, 2018
    Watermark Magazine, Orlando’s Most Remarkable Person, December 2018
    Orange County Democratic Executive Committee (DEC), Cannon Porta Award, 2017
    Orlando magazine's "50 Most Powerful People," noted as one of the most powerful Central Floridians who are shaping Orlando, 2017
    Central Florida Women's Resource Center, Outstanding Women Award, 2016
    Leadership Florida, Connect Florida Class VII Graduate, 2016
    Leadership Orlando, Class 91 Leadership Orlando Graduate, 2016
    University of Central Florida, College of Health and Public Affairs, Alumni Achievement Award, 2016
    University of Central Florida, 30 Under 30 Award, 2016
    Women's Media Center, Progressive Women's Voices, 2016
    Orlando Sentinel, "Central Florida 100," 2015
    University of Central Florida Women's and Gender Studies Program, proclamation May 20th "Anna V. Eskamani Service Learning Day," 2015
    Emerge USA, Community Service Award, 2014
    Girl Scouts of Citrus Council, Women of Distinction nomination, 2014
    SMART Research Grant Recipient, conducted research on student voter apathy, 2012
    Society of Professional Journalists, Region 3 Mark of Excellence Award, 3rd place General Column Writing, 2012
    University of Central Florida, Order of Pegasus, 2012
    University of Central Florida, Top Honor Graduate, 2012
    Academic Research:
    - Florida Political Science Association presented Intimate Partner Violence Behind Closed Doors, The Connection Between Violence and Collective Efficacy, March 2017
    - Public Administration Research Conference, presented A Summer Storm, How Florida Planned Parenthood Navigated Crisis Communication with New Media, April 2016
    - International Women's Issues Conference, presented Global Conception Program & Their Potential Impact on US Teen Birth Rate, February 2014
    - Information & Policy Analysis Center Conference, presented Moving Women Forward: The Lack of Female Representation in US Politics, February 2013
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