When Fentrice Driskell isn’t working as an attorney in Tampa, she’s out volunteering with organizations to help students, families, and veterans. She learned the value of hard work from her parents — a public school teacher and a dispatcher — and now she’s carrying that lesson with her as she fights for her community.
- In college, was the first African American female student to serve as president of the Harvard Undergraduate Council
- Ready to stand up for high quality public education for all of Florida’s students
- Will stand up to special interests to make sure we fight offshore drilling, and hold polluters accountable.