Dan Krassner moved back to Tallahassee recently from St. Petersburg to run a startup nonpartisan research institute called Integrity Florida whose mission is to promote integrity in government and expose public corruption. Their upcoming research reports will focus on state and local government ethics reform, campaign finance, government transparency and related issues.
Dan is no stranger to Tallahassee having served in several senior management positions there, including Chief Strategy and Communications Officer for the Florida Chamber of Commerce and Vice President of Communications at Florida TaxWatch.
The following is the diverse group of individuals joining Dan on the Board of Directors for Integrity Florida:
Michael J. Dema, Esq., St. Petersburg attorney
Martin A. Dyckman, retired Associate Editor of the St. Petersburg Times
Rosemary Goudreau, CEO and Editor of Florida Voices and Former Editorial Page Editor of the Tampa Tribune
Mike Hill, President of the Northwest Florida Tea Party
Pegeen Hanrahan, Former Mayor of Gainesville
Martin H. Rogol, Esq., Leader of the 2010 Palm Beach County ethics reform initiative
Ben Wilcox, Former head of Common Cause of Florida and consultant to the League of Women Voters of Florida