<p> Aletta Shutes, executive vp for FCUL; was named senior vp of legislastive and credit union development for FCUL in 1993; has 33 years of government experience and lobbied for several agencies; came to the FCUL from the Florida Dept. of Revenue; appointed by Gov. Bush in 2002 to the state’s Human Rights Commission; listed in “Prominent People in Florida Government”. M. Lee Moffitt, contract lobbyist for FCUL; a former Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, chairman of the House Commerce Committee; chairman of the House Reapportionment Committee, and Chairman of the Committee on Public Service Commission; currently a Florida attorney. Ralph Bernard “Bernie” Parrish, Jr., founder and president, Parrish Resources, a governmental consultant firm; consultant with Smith, Ballard and Logan, P.A.; former executive assistant to Florida Gov. Reubin Askew; former administrative assistant to Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams. Guy Hood, president/CEO, FCUL; currently serves as vice chairman, CUNA Strategic Services Inc. and as a board member of CUNA Network Services. Past services includes: Florida State Comptrollers Task Forc,, and vice chairman for CUIG, a national ATM/POS network. Jim Smith, contract lobbyist for FCUL; former Florida Secretary of State; former Florida Attorney General; currently a partner with Smith, Ballard and Logan, P.A. Attorneys at Law. Mark Ivester, FCUL vice president of communications and public relations; was formerly the Coordinator for Consumer Affairs with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; prior to that worked for 15 years as the Chief Cabinet Aide for State Comptroller Gerald Lewis; also served as Lewis’ press secretary; from 1980-1981, served as Legislative Coordinator for the Departmment of Banking & Finance. Mark Landreth, director of legislative development for FCUL; served as an Orange County coordinator for a congressional campaign and served as the campaign’s lianson to the Democratic National Party; worked on the gubernatorial campaign of Bob Shevin, then the state’s attorney general. Grace Potter Freni, FCUL director of political action in the Governmental Affairs Department; before joining FCUL, was the Director of Main Street Marianna, a downtown redevelopment public/private partnership.</p>

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