Scott is the former Executive Director of the Florida Democratic and most recently served as the senior advisor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in Florida and chief strategist for Andrew Gillum’s 2018 gubernatorial campaign. Based in Jacksonville, Scott is president of Arceneaux Strategies, LLC.
Jackie Lee is the founding partner of JLee Strategies. She is a seasoned political professional with over a decade of experience in political campaign management, public affairs and issue advocacy at the national, state, and local level. Jackie served as the campaign manager for the 2010 successful Florida Fair Districts campaign and most recently managed and advised the successful passage of the Florida Restorations of Rights Campaign, also known as Amendment 4.
Joe is a former state representative for Hallandale Beach where he served as the Democratic Leader pro tempore from 2010-2012, and past chair of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators committee on energy, transportation and environment. A small business owner, Joe has been a fierce advocate for Florida’s working families and a champion for small businesses and our most vulnerable Floridians.
A dedicated public servant for over 33 years, Robert Asencio is a retired police captain, a proud veteran and former state representative. As a legislator, Robert fought for working families, students, better healthcare, and the environment. Today, Robert continues to champion causes that ensure his community is safe and protected.
Gil is a former Tallahassee city commissioner where he served for nearly a decade. A past president of the Florida League of Cities as well as a serving on the Board of Directors of the National League of Cities, Gil has been a strong voice for local communities and a leader against state pre-emption efforts.
J.B. is the legislative affairs Director for the Florida Electrical Workers Assn.(IBEW), Executive Board member of the Florida AFL-CIO and advocate for consumer rights. During his over 30 years experience in electric utility analysis, he served 4 years on the Florida Energy and Climate Commission. His appointments and service includes: Electric Utility Reliability Roundtable, Energy 2020 Study Commission, Workforce Florida Board, Power Plant Siting Study Commission and 2016 Construction Workforce Task Force.
Robin Lockett believes that education equals empowerment and her purpose is to empower the community with information. She began with the NAACP as the Political Chair, she was the Regional Director with Fair Districts and Next Gen Climate and she's currently the President of the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus. She is a Native of Tampa and has solid community roots within the Tampa Bay Area.