Representative Jason Brodeur has been selected by GOPAC, the nation’s conservative political action arm, for the 2013 Emerging Leader class — a yearlong initiative to coach, develop, and promote promising state legislations.
Brodeur joins 20 other state legislators from around the nation as he heads to the Annual Emerging Leaders’ Summit, taking place June 16-19 in New York City, where he will attend various interactive seminars, leadership training, and networking events. Brodeur, the only representative selected from Florida, follows his colleague Majority Whip Dana Young, who serves as an honorary co-chair for this year’s class.
Members are nominated by GOPAC’s Legislative Leaders Advisory Board for their potential and ability to have an impact in their state and the Republican Party, and who have shown a commitment to limited government ideals, leading to more private sector jobs, more effective government at lower costs, and increased prosperity.
“Once again, this year’s Emerging Leaders represent the brightest up and coming leaders from states across the country,” said GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli. “The Emerging Leader program ensures the Republican Party has a deep bench of prepared and tested leaders. This year’s class of legislators exhibits the ability to lead and the drive to push our party forward; we’re thrilled to equip them with the tools to do so.”
Brodeur was elected to the Florida House in 2010, representing parts of Seminole County.