Leah Nash has been tapped as the new executive director of the League of Women Voters of Florida. She will be based at the League’s state headquarters in Orlando.
“Leah comes to us with over 20 years of career and volunteer experience in membership/patient associations, non-profit organizations, healthcare, government, media and hospitality. We are thrilled to have her as part of the team,” said Florida League President Patricia Brigham. “As we move past the 2020 election, and the League begins to prepare for a major legislative session, redistricting, and Florida’s statewide races in 2022, having a highly qualified staff is essential for success.”
Leah’s commitment to the League of Women Voters has been exemplified in her role as Voter Services Chairperson for the League of Women Voters Orange County (LWVOC). Leah has served in the volunteer role since 2017, leading the local chapter’s voter services team through a midterm and gubernatorial election cycle, a presidential election cycle and a number of municipal elections. She has also sat on the LWVOC Board of Directors.
Leah’s most recent career highlights include serving as the Director of Development and Strategic Marketing for the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida and as the Chief Innovator/Owner of the Trusted Source Consulting, LLC. In her position with the Hemophilia Foundation, Leah was responsible for managing annual fundraising events, including budget management, marketing, and logistics, creating diverse streams of revenue and advocacy outreach. In her role with Trusted Source Consulting Leah provided executive management services to non-profit organizations, professional associations, and small businesses. Leah has also held management roles at membership organizations such as the Florida Nurses Association, Orlando Regional Realtor® Association, and the Florida Independent Automobile Dealers Association.