Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists


The Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists (FAPL) was established in 2002, to be a broad-based organization committed to establishing and maintaining high standards for professional advocates.


FAPL members adhere to explicit standards of conduct in dealing with public officials, clients, and other members of the lobby corps. Our principles are centered on honesty, integrity, and respect for the political process. FAPL's mission focuses on education and the ethical conduct which fosters a lobby corps that is both knowledgeable and professional.


FAPL is governed by a Board of Directors, but ultimate power is vested in our members. FAPL membership is open to all governmental affairs professionals.



Congratulations to Our Newest DPLs


The following members earned their Designated Professional Lobbyist designation in 2019.


The DPL designation is renewed every two years through continued education in the legislative and political process, its rules, regulations and ethics.


Congratulations to:

  • Adam Basford, DPL
  • Alyssa Brown, DPL
  • Amanda Gill, DPL
  • Madeline Holzmann, DPL
  • Ethan Merchant, DPL
  • Alix Miller, DPL
  • Gaylen Morgan, DPL
  • Cameron Pennant, DPL
  • Victoria Price, DPL
  • Phillip Suderman, DPL
  • Megan Turetsky, DPL
  • Paul W. Wharton, DPL




Renew your FAPL Membership 

Renew your dues through our web site portal by logging into your account.  If your name appears in the box below, simply click on it to be taken to your profile page.


Don't forget to update your profile and upload your latest head-shot for our directory.


Not currently a member?  Click HERE and sign up.





 Quick Links to Resources

Florida Lobbying
Laws, Rules & Opinions

Get the facts and know
Florida’s Lobbying guidelines
of the profession.


Join the Florida Association
of Profession Lobbyists

Join your colleagues in support of high professional standards, sign up online today.   



Become a Designated
Professional Lobbyist

Show your commitment to high standards for the lobbying profession.




FAPL Code of Ethics


FAPL's  ethical principles are based on the organization's core values and the standards to which the professional is held


Florida Lobbyist Registration &
Compensation

Lobbyists are urged to read the full text of the law, Sec. 112.3215, F. S., as amended by 2005-359...



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