Tina joined the firm in 1999 and was named partner in 2001. The firm’s fearless leader, she has more than 30 years of experience in professional communications, marketing, public relations, government relations and public policy. In 2004, Tina was appointed by Governor Jeb Bush for a second term to the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission and served as its chair in 2006-2007. She is a graduate of Leadership Florida Class XXVII. Tina was named one of the 50 Most Powerful Businesspeople on the Gulf Coast by Gulf Coast Business Review and one of the Most Influential Women in Southwest Florida by Gulfshore Business magazine. A graduate of Leadership Lee County and a member of the Urban Land Institute and Florida Public Relations Association, Tina serves on the board of directors for Floridians for Better Transportation and is a member of the Harry Chapin Food Bank Capital Campaign Committee. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and journalism from the University of South Florida.

What’s on your bucket list? Bhutan is tops. New Zealand and I are destined to be good friends someday, with visits to Bali and Australia as part of the journey. When it comes to travel, I could go on … and on …

What words would you use to describe yourself? Happy. Intense. Word nerd. Productive. Compassionate. Dedicated. Nonstop. Grateful.

Favorite playlist? I used to think I was addicted to the “Train” station on Pandora, but since the day it was released, I’ve listened to nothing but Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording). I’ve seen the show a dozen times and got to meet the genius behind the phenomenon, Lin-Manuel Miranda (I’ll show you the pic if you ask – or even if you don’t). No matter your musical preferences, Hamilton is a great piece of art!