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Legislative Affairs and Public Policy
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The Legislative Affairs and Public Policy Board (LAPPB) mission is to protect and advance the scope of practice for Florida psychologists and to assure that laws and policies promote quality mental health services in the state of Florida. LAPPB is composed of two co-chairs, the president of each FPA division, a member of FPAGS, and one delegate from each chapter within FPA. The FPA executive director, the FPA director of professional affairs, the FPA president and the professional lobbyist shall serve as ex-officio members of LAPPB.


Legislative Affairs and Public Policy Board




Brevard-Indian River






Lower West Coast

North East

North Central




CAF Division

Forensic Division

Medical Psych Division

Neuropsych Division

Women's Issues Division

FPA Graduate Students (FPAGS)

Federal Advocacy Coordinators

Dir. of Professional Affairs


Andrew Hicks

Erin Bailey

Rachel Russell

Jonathan Hoffman

Kate Brown

Tracey Morse

Liz Campbell

Shelley Slapion-Foote

William Horton

Chris Rossilli

Tim Ketterson

Courtney Cantrell

Sophie Zavrou

Susan Danahy

Craig Fabrikant

Karen Feuerman

Chris Rossilli

Jennifer Katzenstein

Christina Brown 

Jared Warren

Kristi Van Sickle & Liz Campbell

Carolyn Stimel



Key Psychologists

LAPPB chapter delegates appoint FPA members to serve as key psychologists. Key psychologists are responsible for developing a constructive working relationship with the elected official(s) in his or her district by communicating legislative positions, information, concerns, and ideas on behalf of FPA as directed through LAPPB. Key psychologists can also volunteer to specific organizations or other professional associations (i.e. NAMI; Florida Medical Association). Key psychologists are most effective when they are actually constituents of the assigned legislator(s). Key psychologists are not members of LAPPB by virtue of the position; however, they are accountable to their LAPPB chapter delegates.


Interested in becoming a Key Psychologist? Contact your LAPPB representative today!