Alexis Duling HartRuth's List FL, Deputy Political DirectorMore
Alexis Duling Hart began her political career ten years ago volunteering for then-senator Barack Obama. While studying American Politics and Policy, she interned for Alex Sink’s Gubernatorial race in 2010. After graduating in 2012 from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science (Go Knights!), she began working as a Field Director for a U.S. Congressional race in Central Florida.
The next fall she moved to New York and worked on the finance team for the State Attorney General’s re-election campaign. While in New York, she shifted gears and began working with the non-profit sector- first with the National Psychological Association of Psychoanalysis in the Administrative Office. Alexis came back to Florida a few years later and hit the ground running as a Field Organizer for NextGen Climate, a non-profit organization dedicated to 50% clean energy by 2030. She joined the RLF team in April 2016, created our down-ballot program and has since run two call centers that called 1.6 million voters total, and currently serves as their Deputy Political Director.
In this role, she has trained more than 1,000 women across the state. In her role of “recruiter” for Ruth’s List, she has helped identify more than 1,800 potential candidates across the state. When she isn’t helping women win, she enjoys watching The Office with her husband and 3 cats and resides in Altamonte Springs, FL.Less
Ashley WrightLaw Office of Kelly Wilson, Staff Counsel for Geico General Insurance CompanyMore
Ashley Wright, Esq. is a skilled litigation attorney and currently serves as in-house staff counsel for Geico General Insurance Company. Ashley has an extensive amount of criminal and civil litigation experience and has tried over 50+ jury trials from voir dire to verdict.
Although she practices insurance defense law full-time, Ashley is equally dedicated to empowering and uplifting the lives of girls and young women in her community. She works tirelessly to challenge the media’s longstanding perceptions of beauty and recently founded “Worthy of the Crown Pageant Coaching” --- a full-service pageant consulting business where she works to instill the importance of self-awareness and reflection and encourages clients to embrace all aspects of beauty. Ashley also serves as a consultant for “Beauty Counter” – a company committed to putting truth back into beauty by uprooting the industry in the U.S. and advocating to get safer products into the hands of everyone. Ashley has developed “Beauty the Wright Way” – a brand that seeks to focus these efforts while encouraging young women to acknowledge their beauty, recognize their power, and effect change.
Ashley earned her Juris Doctorate in 2015 from the University of Georgia School of Law and her B.S. in Psychology, cum laude, from the University of Florida in 2012. As an attorney and entrepreneur, Ashley is dedicated to both her career and her daily pursuit to positively enrich the lives of those in her community. During her spare time, she volunteers with LANES, Inc. – a not for profit organization dedicated to [l]oving, [a]ssisting, [n]urturing, [e]ducating, and [s]upporting teenage girls. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She also serves as a member of the Florida Bar, the Orange County Bar Association, the Central Florida Urban League of Young Professionals and the Paul C. Perkins Bar Association.Less
Chandra GriffinTamara Knight Photography, ManagerMore
Chandra Griffin is currently working at attempting to claim back her identity after 10 years as a stay at home Mom. Chandra earned her bachelors degree in psychology with an emphasis in genetics from Texas A & M University. She relocated to Orlando after participating in the Walt Disney World College Program and falling in love with both the weather and her now husband. Enticed by the many opportunities to create great events in Orlando, Chandra began work as an event planner. Chandra has a passion for literacy, education and supporting women. She has a talent for writing, organization, and event planning.
During her tenure as Mom in Chief, Chandra continued to hone her business and event planning skills through participation as a leader in organizations such as PTA and Girl Scouts. She enjoys giving her time and talent to local organizations such as The Adult Literacy League for their annual fundraiser. Chandra believes in keeping yourself informed and connected and thus is currently a member of The League of Women Voters of Orange County. She is also passionate about the uplifting and support of women in the workplace and holds a membership in the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
Chandra’s hobbies include reading, biking, and crafting. Her favorite thing to do is read enthusiastically to preschoolers in the hopes of inspiring them to love reading. Given any spare time, Chandra will plan a trip to somewhere new with her husband and two kids.
Chandra is elated to be a new member of NLC and plans to make the most of this opportunity to prepare her for entrepreneurship and future involvement in policymaking.
Danielle LynLender Legal Services, LLC, Associate AttorneyMore
Danielle is a born and raised Floridian but hails from the beautiful island of Jamaica, W.I., where her family originated. As a first-generation college student, she considers her education the most valuable asset she has attained in her life. She graduated from The Florida State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and Philosophy. While at FSU, Danielle decided she wanted to go to law school and use that knowledge to help others. After graduating undergrad in December 2012, she attended the Florida A&M University College of Law in Orlando, FL in August 2013. While at FAMU Law, she competed on the school's mock trial and client counseling teams, learning valuable litigation and interviewing skills that she would later use in real life practice. She served as the 2L representative for the Black Law Student Association, the secretary of the Student Bar Association, the Vice-Justice of the Cherry Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, and was the mock trial chair of the school's Advocacy Board. She was a research assistant and a member of the inaugural class of FAMU Law's Criminal Defense clinic, advocating for indigent clients charged with misdemeanor offenses. In her last year of law school, Danielle was initiated into Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated through the Epsilon Epsilon Zeta chapter. Since joining, she has served as co-chair of the Social Action committee; chair of the Scholarship committee; a co-advisor for the Sigma Epsilon chapter at UCF; the Vice-Chair of the chapter's 501(c)(3), the Z.E.T.A. Foundation; and has represented the chapter as a delegate at both state and national conferences.
Licensed to practice law in Florida, Danielle began her legal career as an attorney for Children's Legal Services for the Department of Children and Families, prosecuting cases of abuse, abandonment, and neglect of children. She is now an Associate Attorney at Lender Legal Services, practicing real estate and foreclosure litigation. She is passionate about social issues, racial justice, criminal and juvenile justice reform, and economic inequality. She believes that, with access to proper education, resources, and compassion of others, everyone has the opportunity to succeed and excel.
In her spare time, she enjoys watching comedies and documentaries, reading, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. She has a two-year-old son, whom she considers her greatest inspiration and motivation. Her ultimate career goal is to become the first African-American female Supreme Court Justice.Less
Ed RodriguezAndrew Gillum for Governor, Former Deputy Policy DirectorMore
Ed Rodriguez was raised in Naples, Florida and now lives in Orlando. Two days after graduating high school Ed joined the U.S. Navy where he served as a Hospital Corpsman embedded with the Marine Corps, fighting in the Second Battle of Fallujah in 2004.
Ed recently served as the Deputy Policy Director for the Andrew Gillum gubernatorial campaign and was previously the Deputy Policy Director for the Gwen Graham gubernatorial campaign during the primary election.
Before returning to Florida to get on the campaign trail, Ed worked for seven years in Washington, D.C. in a variety of positions to include veterans advocacy at Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, political consulting at Solidarity Strategies, and serving as a legislative aide in the office of U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD).
Ed is an active member of Truman National Security Project and Film Florida. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Florida where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with majors in Linguistics and Political Science. In his spare time, Ed enjoys reading, writing, and driving his Jeep Wrangler.
As a proud Floridian, Ed is excited to join NLC’s Orlando chapter to promote progressive values in his home state.Less
Born the son of two public school teachers, and the grandson of two more, Ethan Emery was taught the importance of education and civic responsibility from an early age. Raised exclusively in the Sunshine State, he applied himself at school as best he could, and when the time came he jumped at the chance to attend the University of Central Florida. As an undergraduate at UCF, Ethan pursued a dual degree in Political Science and English, focusing on American politics and creative writing respectively.
He also involved himself heavily with the community service programs organized by the Burnett Honors College. He worked as a Team Leader for Honors Symposium, a Civic Intern for the Office of Research and Civic Engagement, and a trip leader for VolunteerUCF’s Alternative Break Program. He graduated with University Honors in both degree programs in 2015. After graduation, Ethan moved to Virginia to attend William and Mary Law School. His studies focused on a variety of key areas of law for the progressively-minded, including criminal justice law, immigration law, education law, election law, and various other constitutional issues. He helped organize the William and Mary Supreme Court Previews in 2016 and 2017 under the direction of Professor Neal Devins and edited the Preview Notebooks both years. He also contributed to the school’s Election Law Blog, writing on what would become Amendment 4 on the 2018 Florida Ballot. During his final year at the law school, he worked with the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia through the school’s Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinics. He graduated in 2018 but soon left Virginia to apply what he’d learned to the benefit of his home state.
In his free time, Ethan can be found alternately searching for election/polling news or complaining about the persistence of regressive trends in pop culture, depending on if it’s an election year or not.Less
Gianna CifredoSelf, Freelance WriterMore
Gianna Cifredo is a freelance writer specializing in education and health. She currently writes for CollegeVine as a Senior Digital Content Writer, and her work has appeared on popular websites such as Tiny Buddha, Student Caring, and PsychCentral. She served as an AmeriCorps VISTA, and she has six years of experience in higher education. With her college admissions experience and knowledge of the SAT and ACT, she took a position as a program coordinator to guide low-income high school students through the college admissions process. She worked one-on-one with students in grades nine through twelve, provided resources for the students and their families, developed workshops and partnerships and oversaw the student recruitment effort, where she first tripled and then doubled the number of students that the program worked with each year.
Gianna’s experiences in higher education showed her firsthand the disparity of information that students receive about college based on their income and fuels her desire to share that information with students regardless of income. She believes that schools are a microcosm of the communities they exist in, and that trying to “fix schools” without also addressing racial and economic inequality will not result in the hoped-for beneficial outcomes. She majored in Philosophy and takes great pride in knowing what the difference between a valid argument and an invalid argument is.Less
Jessica WalkerFlorida Department of Children and Families, Training CoordinatorMore
Jessica Walker is the Title IV-E Training Grant Coordinator for the Florida Department of Children and Families. She is responsible for grant management, policy compliance, revenue management audits, and providing statewide training and technical assistance to Child Welfare Agencies that claim Title IV-E Training funding. Jessica’s work in government began during her undergraduate studies where she served as an intern at the Florida Capitol with former Florida House of Representative Cynthia A. Stafford of District 109.
Aside from Jessica’s work in government, she serves an Independent Educational Consultant. Her mission is to inspire, encourage, and guide high school seniors through their collegiate mapping process. Jessica volunteers as a writing coach with Peer Forward, formerly College Summit, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of low-income youth by connecting them with college and career options. In this role, Jessica is responsible for ensuring high school students develop a high-quality personal statement using the Peer Forward method.
When Jessica is not at work, she seeks opportunities to be a servant leader in her community. Jessica has a long history of service and community engagement including the role of logistic chairperson for the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer (Tallahassee, FL) and serving as an Organizing Fellow for political campaigns and elections at the federal, state, and local levels. Jessica’s passion for environmental justice led her to join Citizens for a Sustainable Future (CSF), where the mission is to facilitate and promote sustainable living in African American communities by using research-driven solutions to pursue environmental justice for current and future generations. Jessica serves as the recording secretary for CSF.
Originally from Pensacola, Florida Jessica grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. Jessica is a graduate of Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University (FAMU) where she earned both a Bachelor of Science in Political Science (concentration Pre-Law) and a Master of Public Administration. She attributes her success, thus far, to hard work, goal setting, family and the professional development she garnered while attending FAMU.
Laura McGuireThe NationalCenter for Equity and Agency, FounderMore
Dr. Laura McGuire is a nationally-recognized trainer, subject matter expert, and inclusion consultant. In 2018 she founded The National Center for Equity and Agency to further her mission of healing the structural inequalities that lead to interpersonal violence and marginalization.
Dr. McGuire earned her bachelor's degree in social sciences from Thomas Edison State University and her graduate degrees in educational leadership for change from Fielding Graduate University. Her doctoral dissertation, entitled “Seen but Not Heard: Pathways to Improve Inclusion of LGBT Persons and Sexual Trauma Survivors in Sexual Health Education,” examined the marginalization of sexual minorities within health education on a global scale.
Dr. McGuire is a certified full-spectrum doula, professional teacher, a certified sexual health educator, and a vinyasa yoga instructor. Her experience includes both public and private sectors, middle schools, high schools, and university settings. In 2015, she served as the first Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program Manager at the University of Houston, and in 2017, she became the first Victim Advocate/Prevention Educator at the US Merchant Marine Academy. She is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), Society of Professional Consultants, and is a Board Member of the Sex Worker Outreach Project (SWOP). Dr. McGuire lives in the United States, where she works as a full-time consultant and expert witness.Less
Lawrence YancyCRYogenic Productions, Music Producer - Artist/Brand Management & ConsultingMore
Lawrence Yancy, from the day he was born, learned of perseverance and hard work. Born prematurely and a Navy Brat in Corpus Christi, Texas, Lawrence’s loving parents would not let let potential issues, and the demands from the Navy keep them from a happy healthy life. Expectedly Lawrence’s first 4 years of life were full of travel going to San Diego and Poway, California until he settled down across the country in Jacksonville, Florida where he would spend the rest of formative years. Also, as expected, Lawrence beat the health odds. He was a fighter.
Lawrence’s perseverance from birth only blossomed throughout his later years as Lawrence embraced many opportunities for leadership success in athletics as captains of his track and field, basketball, and football teams, from middle school and throughout high school. These qualities were not just reserved for competition on the field. Lawrence pushed himself in the classroom and the community, pursuing the most rigorous academic path he could find, volunteering, and being involved with leadership development programs such as The Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Foundation.
While attending the University of Central Florida, athletics took a backseat and Lawrence turned another passion, music. Lawrence wanted to use the skills and knowledge learned to build a strong foundation. In 2012, Lawrence established CRYogenic Productions and teamed up with business partner Self of Self-Inc., to take on the daunting music industry. This path led to many hours meeting new individuals, learning and being mentored by successful veterans in the industry such as Brad Daymond, David Mikeal, and Tommie Jr. Lawrence has never wanted this journey to be a selfish one; always willing to share knowledge with peers about the industry, business, or brand building. Most importantly, Lawrence remembers the support from older individuals he looked up to. There is no better way to say thank you than by paying those deeds forward. Lawrence wants to pass on knowledge, the joy of learning and chasing dreams to the next generation. Whether by visiting his alma mater elementary school, or teaming up with his business partner, Self, on his work with the Youth Advocacy Program (YAP) in Orlando to show how music can be an outlet.
Looking forward, Lawrence wants to continue to build CRYogenic Productions and discover new avenues to become an influential business mogul while creating a positive philanthropic environment to uplift others and future generations.Less
Nicholas SmithPublic Resources Management Group, Inc., ConsultantMore
Nicholas Smith was born and raised in Florida and moved to Orlando in 2011 to attend the University of Central Florida (UCF). He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics in 2014 with University Honors from UCF’s Burnett Honors College. While at UCF, Nicholas worked with various educational and non-profit organizations.
Nicholas is currently a consultant with Public Resources Management Group, Inc. (PRMG). He provides financial planning and rate services for local government enterprise funds such as water, wastewater, and solid waste systems. In 2017 he was awarded the designation of Certified Governmental Financial Manager (CGFM) from the Association of Governmental Accountants. He is currently involved in various industry organizations such as the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the Water Environment Federation (WEF), and the Florida Governmental Financial Officers Association (FGFOA) and has a passion for issues related to water affordability, water accessibility, and environmental sustainability.
When he is not working, Nicholas serves as a mentor for Take Stock in Children’s Orange County chapter - Valencia College Horizon Scholars. By mentoring he hopes to provide college access and other opportunities to low-income high school students. In his free time, he enjoys playing and listening to music, running, and finding new recipes to cook.Less
Pablo BestOrlando YNPN, Development/FundraisingMore
Pablo is a champion of National Service currently focused on fundraising and development in Central Florida. He is originally from Peru, arriving in South Florida as a teenager. His work in Orlando started in Higher Education as part of UCF’s Community Service and Engagement team at the Office of Student Involvement designing and supporting co-curricular learning experiences for student’s successful graduation. He later went on to the Heart of Florida United Way following his passion for national service where he led teams of AmeriCorps volunteers supporting public schools and nonprofits agencies across Orange, Osceola, and Seminole County.
Pablo’s work in the social sector began in Illinois as Advocacy and Volunteer Coordinator for the Multiple Sclerosis Society and later at DePaul University through Illinois Campus Compact, where he led a team of National Service volunteers working with Student Veterans, first-generation college students, and at-risk youth throughout Illinois. His work with students continued at Chicago Public Schools improving student’s math and reading standards through an after-school program. Pablo ended his time in the Midwest working for the University of Chicago, as part of a team conducting research study surveys for government and private clients.
Before joining the social sector Pablo was a staff member for Congressman Ron Klein’s 2010 re-election campaign in South Florida and worked at a government relations firm in Washington D.C.
Pablo is a member of Alpha Psi Lambda National Inc., a co-ed Latino-based fraternity. He has served on their National Board of Directors and in other roles with the organization where he conducted chapter oversight, facilitated multiple training on risk management, rules compliance, and hosted leadership development retreats across the United States.
Pablo is currently a member of the Board of Directors for Orlando YNPN as the Development Chair, working on fundraising strategies, campaign planning, and writes for the organization’s giving goals. He also supports emerging social sector professionals through their journey in Central Florida. For the past two election cycles, he has been part of Ruth’s List team of canvassers in Orlando working to get more women elected across the state of Florida. Pablo earned his Bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University.Less
Peggy GustaveU.S. Senator Bill Nelson, Senior Constituent Advocate/Grants Education CoordinatorMore
Peggy Gustave was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She moved to Florida to attend Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree.
Peggy has enjoyed a public service career spanning over 15 years where she worked for two great political leaders: Senator Bob Graham and Senator Bill Nelson, two individuals whose passion, dedication, and selflessness to the great State of Florida and its constituents transcends politics.
Peggy is currently employed with the Office of United States Senator Bill Nelson as a Senior Constituent Advocate and a Grants Education Coordinator. In her current supervisory role, Peggy advocates on the behalf of Floridians who become stuck in the bureaucratic red tape of government. Her concentrations and responsibilities include Immigration, Department of State issues, Social Security, and Education.
As a grants education coordinator, Peggy created and facilitated a quarterly forum bringing federal agencies together with officials with municipalities and non-profits organizations to discuss grants opportunities. She researched and found reputable sources of funding for various community projects.
Peggy also takes the time to volunteer with local organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando and Osceola County. In addition to helping others and in her free time, Peggy loves to read and travel.
As Senator Nelson was unsuccessful in his re-election bid, Peggy is looking forward to putting her passion and energy to educating and bringing awareness to the immigrant communities of their rights.
Penelope BarrettPenelope Barrett, P.A., AttorneyMore
Penelope D. Barrett is a polymath with a strong commitment to service in her community. Penelope is a respected lawyer, leader, and entrepreneur who currently operates her own law firm focused on small business and real estate. She also holds mediation certifications that she uses for negotiations to create deals beneficial to all parties. Ms. Barrett holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Western Illinois University and a Juris Doctorate from Barry University School of Law. She has continuously received multiple academic and career awards throughout her various positions, often climbing the ladder quickly in her chosen profession.
Penelope grew up dreaming of attaining the highest levels of education to make a positive impact in the world. In pursuit of that goal, she chose to work as a teacher, trainer, paramedic and a lawyer to help those in need. Along her journey, Penelope has reaffirmed her purpose in education and her commitment to making lives better for those around her.
As a paramedic, she witnessed firsthand the problems surrounding access to adequate healthcare. As a teacher, she found the joy of shaping young mind of tomorrow for future leadership roles. As a trainer, she worked to help adults of all ages transition confidently into new careers. And as a lawyer, she has seen the negative impact the legal system has on those who must represent themselves, usually due to lack of finances. Penelope wants to harness the power of media and technology to highlight the issues, provide workable solutions, and engage the community and the world.
Penelope uses her unique blend of skills and education in her practice every day and in her daily life. She is excited about the potential of life skills education to impact the quality of life for a community and an individual. Her main goal is to position people to live their best life through education and to be a voice of the community.
Outside of work, Penelope is an excellent cook and enjoys acting with her improv comedy group. Penelope strives to help others be enablers of change in their own lives through coaching and education. She looks forward to opportunities that allow her to use her multiple skills for the community, whether in education, non-profit or speaking engagements.Less
Renata GlebockiYou Should Run, COOMore
Renata Glebocki is a political media strategist and the Chief Operating Officer of You Should Run. She has worked extensively as a field and voter targeting specialist, successfully managing field teams throughout Palm Beach, Orange, Seminole, Volusia, and Osceola counties. Renata worked as a Team Captain for the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), now UnidosUS, the nation’s largest advocacy group for Hispanic and Latinx interests. She earned her BA in Political Science from Florida Atlantic University. Renata first became involved in politics in 2012 as an Organizing Fellow for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. Since then, she has become proficient in web development, NGP VAN management, campaign finance, and digital advertising.Less
Samantha Purcell-MusgraveUnited States Senate, Staff AssistantMore
Samantha Purcell-Musgrave is a graduate of the University of Central Florida (UCF), where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration and Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Communication. She complimented her degrees with a minor in Leadership and Certificates in Women’s Studies and Service Learning. Samantha is furthering her education by pursuing UCF’s Dual Master of Public Administration and Master of Nonprofit Management degree program.
During her time at UCF, Samantha was employed with the Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving Department. In her position as Supervisor and Support Staff, she assisted three Directors in the capacity of external relations, event management, and constituent relations. Additionally, she has worked with Orlando Health’s Government Relations Department and Orange County Government’s Department of Legislative Affairs. In those roles, she gained in-depth knowledge of the legislative process, public policy research and how to build effective relationships with key stakeholders. These experiences have greatly assisted her in transitioning to her current employment with the United States Senate.
In her personal time, Samantha is involved in her community through Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando and Osceola County. She enjoys spending time with her family, finding new podcasts to listen to while traveling and playing video games. In the coming months, Samantha is looking forward to using her expertise to sharpen her skills in health policy to become an effective administrator in the medical field.
Samantha is looking forward to being a part of the 2019 Class of New Leaders Council Fellows to challenge herself to reach new heights!Less
Thomas LuethiSwiss Services America, LLC, Managing DirectorMore
Thomas Luethi founded Swiss Services America, LLC in early 2016. Thomas wanted to build an innovative company focused on eco-friendly housing projects that offer affordable, comfortable options in the United States that are also safe for hurricane conditions. After sourcing projects and researching possible land development sites, Thomas secured European investors to help fund this new concept in housing. Thomas also secured a "dream team" of local builders and engineers who hold the same vision for future residential small footprint home communities in Orlando and Central Florida.
Born and raised in Switzerland, Thomas received an expansive education with a 4-year degree in automotive engineering and mechanics at the Gewerblich Industrielle Berufschule Bern. Thomas then put his degree to work in the Swiss Army as a member of the light armored tank division, specializing in urban warfare and anti-terrorism. Directly after the 9/11 attack in the United States, Thomas's platoon was deployed to secure the Embassies of the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel as part of a special protection unit. After this prestigious assignment, Thomas was deployed to Kosovo as part of a multi-national task force. Thomas served in Kosovo for over 18 months as part of a unit that prevented human trafficking and bloodshed between the Serbian and Albanian enclaves.
After his time in the Swiss Army, Thomas worked for 2 years in the civilian sector in Switzerland before starting a contract with an international company with branches throughout the United States. In 2009, Thomas was located in Denver, Colorado, where he worked his way up in the company to the assistant branch manager position. After being relocated to Orlando, Florida, he took over the shop manager position managing seven employees.
Wanting a bigger challenge, in 2015 Thomas changed his field of expertise into real estate. Thomas has since worked as a Florida licensed real estate professional helping his clients making informed decisions about buying, selling or investing in real estate. Through this experience, over time, he has seen the disparity of lower-income workers who are unable to enjoy home ownership or even rent a decent home in safe areas. Seeing that developers were not meeting this need, Thomas took the matter into his own hands and founded Swiss Services America, LLC. From the founding of his company, Thomas hopes to take Central Florida into the 21st century with eco-friendly housing that everyone can afford and enjoy.Less
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