Personnel note: Lobbying firm Floridian Partners adds Teye Reeves to its Tallahassee office

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Floridian Partners today announced that Teye Reeves, former Policy Director for the Florida Chamber of Commerce, has joined the firm.   Reeves will be based in the firm’s Tallahassee office, but will serve clients at both the state and local level out of our Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami offices.

A graduate of Texas Tech School of Law, Reeves’ legal background combined with her private and public sector experience in governmental affairs provides added expertise and depth to the team of professionals at Floridian Partners, LLC.  Reeves most recently served as the director of Business Climate and Quality of Life issues for the Florida Chamber of Commerce, overseeing insurance, tort reform, tax, and health care policy and legislation.

“Teye is a tremendous addition to our team.  Teye brings her great knowledge of the law, the workings of state and local governments, and her statewide contacts to our firm’s state and national clients,” said Managing Partner Charlie Dudley.   “We are very excited to have Teye join our team – and are looking forward to her energy and new role in our firm.”

“Teye has quickly developed a wide-range of experience at the state and local level.  She is a top notch, versatile talent who will bring immediate value to our clients,” added Brian May, South Florida Managing Partner.

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