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Jennifer Wilson

Government Relations
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Jennifer Wilson joined Adams and Reese in 2016 and is an Associate in the firm’s Tampa office. Jennifer is a skilled advisor on public policy and legislative matters and a passionate advocate for her clients. With a decade of experience working for the Florida Legislature, where she drafted and analyzed legislation as a staff member for four elected officials, Jennifer understands the inner-workings of Florida’s legislative process. She has written numerous pieces of legislation that became law in Florida, on topics that range from economic development and transportation to criminal justice reform.

Prior to joining Adams and Reese, Jennifer worked as a top advisor and campaign manager for several Florida state senators and representatives including Florida Senators Tom Lee and Jack Latvala, former Florida Sen. Victor Crist, and Florida Sen. Alan Hays. In those capacities, she became an accomplished presenter and public speaker and mastered the depths and complexities of public policy analysis. Jennifer is well-versed on a wide range of the major public policy matters that face her clients, and that are important to her community. She is a skilled problem-solver who understands the needs, operations and goals of the industries she represents before the Legislature, and she is a tenacious advocate for her clients.

A native of Tampa, Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Leadership Studies from the University of South Florida in 2007, and graduated from Stetson University College of Law in 2015.

In the community, Jennifer volunteers her time for Bridging Freedom Tampa Bay, a non-profit organization that works to fight domestic minor sex trafficking by bringing restoration to those who are rescued and spreading awareness of its threat in the community. She also volunteers for AMI Kids, a youth mentoring and behavioral development non-profit that empowers troubled youth to reach their full potential through education and workforce development.

In her spare time, Jennifer is an avid baseball fan and writer.