Legislator Profile

Florida Senator Loranne Ausley (D)
Loranne Ausley
CONTACT INFORMATION
District Address:
Suite A
20 East Washington Street
Quincy, FL   32351
Phone:

Capitol Address:
404 South Monroe Street
202 Senate Office Building
Tallahassee, FL   32399-1100
Phone: (850) 487-5003
political profile
  • Senate District:3
  • First Elected:2000
  • Terms Out:2028
  • Party:Democrat
  • Delegations:Broward,Calhoun,Franklin,Gadsden,Gulf,Hamilton,Jefferson,Leon,Liberty,Madison,Taylor,Wakulla
  • District Information:Map
  • Legislative Service:Elected to the Senate in 2020
    House of Representatives, 2000-2008, 2016-2020
PERSONAL INFO
  • Born:October 16 in Tallahassee, Florida
  • Moved to Florida:
  • Religious Affiliation:Presbyterian
  • Education:Washington & Lee University School of Law, J.D., 1990
    Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A., 1985
  • Occupation:Attorney, Holliman, P.A.
  • Spouse:William Holliman of Pensacola, FL
  • Children:Will, John
  • Affiliations:Florida Bar (active license)
    Virginia Bar
    Orange Bowl Committee
    Leadership Florida, Class XX
    New Deal Leader
    Omicron Delta Kappa
    Delta Kappa Gamma, Beta Chapter
    New Leaders Council
    ACYPL Delegate to Argentina and Uruguay
  • Highlights:Florida Farm Bureau, Champion for Agriculture, 2019
    Florida Forestry Association, Legislator of the Year, 2019
    Legal Services of North Florida, Joy Aukema Taps Children's Advocate Award, 2019
    Small Counties Coalition, Legislative Appreciation Award, 2019
    PACE Center for Girls, Believing in Girls Award, 2018
    Florida Association of Counties, Legislative Leadership Award, 2017
    Florida Education Association, Friend of Education Award, 2017
    Florida Association of Assistive Technology, Legislator of the Year Award, 2017
    Florida League of Cities, Legislative Appreciation Award, 2017
    Children's Home Society, Child Advocate of the Year, 2008
    GulfWinds Track Club, Female Runner of the Year, 2007
    Girls and Boys Town, Spirit of Youth Award, 2007
    Florida Children's Services Council, Stepping Up for Children Award, 2007
    Early Childhood Association of Florida, Champion for Children, 2005
    Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, Outstanding Legislator Award, 2004-2005
    Florida Association of Healthy Start Coalitions, Legislator of the Year, 2005
    American Association of University Women, Outstanding Community Leader, 2005
    Florida PTA, Children's Advocate Award, 2004
    March of Dimes, Mission Possible Award, 2004
    Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, Outstanding Legislator Award, 2004
    Florida School Board Association, Legislator of the Year, 2003
    Florida Association of School Psychologists, Legislator of the Year, 2003
    Florida Children's Forum, Legislative Award, 2003
    Kids Incorporated, Budd Bell Award, 2002
    Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inspired Leadership Award, 2002
    Leon Classroom Teachers Association, Humanitarian Award, 2002
    National Association of Social Workers, Elected Officials of the Year, 2002
    Grassroots Forum, Legislative Advocacy Achievement Award, 2002
  • Former Service:South City Foundation/Purpose Built Communities, Co-Chair (current)
    Institute for Child Success, Board Member (current)
    Claude Pepper Foundation, Board Member (current)
    Whole Child Leon, Founding Chair, 2004-2016
    Leon County Commission on the Status of Women & Girls, Commissioner, 2011-2012
    United Way of the Big Bend, Board Member, 2011-2012
    Oasis Center for Women & Girls, Founding Member
    Florida Healthy Kids Corporation, Chair, 2008-2011
    Florida Youth & Children Cabinet, Member, 2006-2010
    Legislation Vision Caucus, Chair, 2007-2008
    Florida Children's Summit, Legislative Chair, 2006
    Capital Area Red Cross, Board Member, 2006
    American Cancer Society, Board Member, 1998-2006
    Tallahassee Urban League, Board Member, 1997-2006
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