House Speaker Richard Corcoran has appointed Representative Byron
Donalds the new Vice Chair of the PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee
Last week, House Speaker Richard Corcoran named Representative Byron Donalds the new Vice Chair of the PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee. The new position gives Donalds the opportunity to be a leading voice for Florida students in the legislature.
“It is absolutely vital that we craft education policy that provides every student in Florida with the opportunity to receive an excellent education,” said Donalds. “That includes making sure state education resources are allocated wisely and boldly. I’m honored to take on this new role, and I look forward to working with my colleagues to help every young Floridian realize his or her God-given potential.”
Donalds is serving his first term in the Florida House. His other committee assignments are:
Ways and Means Committee
Agriculture and Property Rights Subcommittee
Health Quality Subcommittee
PreK-12 Quality Subcommittee
About Byron Donalds for State Representative
Byron Donalds works in finance, insurance, and banking in Southwest Florida. Over the past five years, he has been a featured speaker on national and statewide policy and politics and is a regular guest on Daybreak with Drew Steele on 92.5 Fox News FM, The Bob Harden Show, and The Joe Whitehead Show on 98.9 WGUF. Donalds was appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to the Board of Trustees for Florida Southwestern State College, formerly Edison State College. He serves as a founding board member for a public charter school in Naples, an Advisory Board member for the Salvation Army of Collier County, and a youth leader at Living Word Family Church. In 2012, he carried Collier County in the Republican primary to succeed Connie Mack as U.S. Representative. Donalds graduated from Florida State University. He lives in Naples with his wife, Erika, and his three sons.
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