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Personnel note: Aimee Stafford joins League of Women Voters of Florida

Stafford comes from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Aimee Stafford, formerly Senior Vice President of Administration for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, is the new executive director of the League of Women Voters of Florida.

The League announced the hire in a Monday press release. She will be based at the League’s state office in Orlando.

“Aimee comes to us with over 20 years of nonprofit experience and we are thrilled to have her as part of the team,” Florida League President Patricia Brigham said.

“As we head into the 2020 election, the League will be heavily involved in voter registration and educating voters about the issues. A highly qualified staff is essential.”

Stafford was also the Kentucky Chamber’s director of public relations. She is an experienced fundraiser and grant writer.

Prior to joining the Chamber, Stafford worked as an Account Executive at Meridian Communications in Lexington, Kentucky.

She began her career in public relations at the University of Kentucky; Stafford graduated in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in “journalism-integrated communications.”

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