The state’s largest trade association has picked a new Vice President of Public Policy.
Florida Realtors announced Monday that it had promoted Danielle Scoggins, to this point their Senior Public Policy Representative, to the role.
“Danielle has proven herself to be an invaluable part of the public policy efforts of Florida Realtors where she has delivered a multitude of key legislative victories since joining the team,” says Florida Realtors CEO Margy Grant.
“She has shown true leadership within our public policy office, and I am confident she will bring even more success to our organization and our industry in her new role as vice president.”
Scoggins is a double alumna of Florida State University, where she earned an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems as well as a master’s degree in Applied American Politics and Policy.
Before joining Florida Realtors in 2015 Scoggins had worked as the Director of Legislative and Cabinet Services for the Florida Department of Revenue (DOR), the Deputy Legislative Affairs Director for the Executive Office of the Governor and Policy Chief in the Office of Policy and Budget.
In her new role at Florida Realtors, Scoggins will manage the government affairs, the REALTOR Political Action Committee and will take point all the trade association’s legislative priorities.