League members willing to volunteer in our statewide Speakers Bureau are in great demand! Using skills perfected in their professional lives or attained through experience and training, speakers are provided with League material and presentation guidelines.
League Speakers Bureau members have presented at hundreds of engagements with organizations including Tiger Bay Clubs, local colleges and universities, Chambers of Commerce, Kiwanis Clubs, Rotary Clubs, and numerous community and residential groups. With audiences of 20 to 200 or more, our nonpartisan speakers educate citizens on state and local issues, including ballot amendments, legislative session updates, health care, Florida tax policy and TABOR, redistricting, elections law, and local government topics of interest. In the fall of 2011, the League began a federal health care reform seminar series throughout the state.
Currently, the League has materials available and presenters prepared to speak on the 2012 Constitutional Amendments; HB 1355, the voter-suppression elections law passed during the 2011 legislative session; and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the federal health care reform law passed in 2010.
If you know an organization that could benefit from one of our speaking engagements OR if you are a League member who would like to volunteer for the Speakers Bureau, please contact us.
Below are links to the PowerPoint presentations and supporting materials available for current Speakers Bureau projects. Presentation materials are provided to the public as PDF files. Speakers Bureau members may refer audience members to these materials for review.
If you are a Speakers Bureau member and would like to access original files for a presentation (Microsoft PowerPoint files, Word files, video files, etc.), please contact us. Speaker Bureau members are regularly sent updated versions of presentation materials in original file formats. Recordings of webinar trainings on the presentations are also available for Speakers Bureau members.
Cool Cities: Is It Hot Enough For You? The Effects Of Urban Heat Islands
Health Care Reform: What Does It Mean For You And Your Family?
Immigration: What Concerned Citizens Need To Know