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Arrivals and Departures, Oct. 24, 2014

Legislative Shuffle

Shirlyne Everette, who previously worked in in the attorney general's office, is replacing Velma Carter as an administrative assistant for the Office of General Counsel.

Anne Bell is now Sen. Denise Grimsley's legislative assistant.

Carol Preston is joining the staff of the Senate Committee on Children, Families and Elder Affairs as a legislative analyst less than a year after departing from the same position.

Todd McKay, former assistant general counsel to the Florida Department of Management Services, is replacing Jennifer Hrdlicka as the staff director for the Senate Committee on Commerce and Tourism.

Allison Rudd, former administrative assistant for Contract Hardware of Florida and a Florida State University graduate, is joining the Senate Committee on Governmental Oversight and Accountability as an administrative assistant. She replaces Bethany Jones.

Cissy DuBose is replacing Tamra Lyon as administrative assistant to the Senate Committee on Rules.

Sue Mullins has stepped down as legislative analyst for the Senate Minority Office.


Correa appointed to Homeless Trust

Josie Legido Correa, South Florida regional director of the Florida Retail Federation, was appointed by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce to the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust, a board of professionals and philanthropists tasked with mediating chronic homelessness in South Florida. Correa succeeds Paul Imbrone.


Guardian ad Litem Program hires first Pro-Bono Attorney recruiter

The Statewide Guardian ad Litem Program hired Hilary Creary as the state's first pro-bono attorney recruiter. Creary worked with the Guardian Ad Litem Program for six years prior to gaining her new position.


Chenoweth appointed to Board of Physical Therapy

Steven Chenoweth, an Amelia Island physical therapist with Advanced Rehabilitation Management Group, is filling a vacant seat for a term ending Oct. 31, 2017.


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