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Carlton Fields Adds Two Senior Government Consultants in Tallahassee

Tallahassee, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Kari B. Hebrank and C. Scott Jenkins have joined the firm’s Tallahassee office as senior government consultants. Hebrank and Jenkins, who were previously with the Tallahassee consulting firm Wilson & Associates, bring decades of experience representing a wide range of clients before the Florida Legislature and executive branch.
“Kari and Scott both have sterling reputations for client advocacy,” said Carlton Fields Shareholder Nancy G. Linnan, who chairs the firm’s Government Law and Consulting practice. “Their extensive regulatory and lobbying experience is a tremendous asset to our team.”
Hebrank has more than 25 years of legislative and regulatory experience. Her practice focuses on housing, building materials, building codes, construction, sustainability, mitigation, energy, mining, infrastructure, and utilities issues. Her career history includes serving as vice president of government relations for the Florida Building Material Association and, before that, as governmental liaison for the Florida Association of Counties. She earned her B.A. from Florida State University.
Jenkins has a 20-year career in the government and political arena. Earlier in his career, he was a large bank’s chief lobbyist in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Before that, he was the senior vice president/deputy director of government affairs for the Florida Bankers Association. He earned his M.S. from Florida State University and his B.A. from Clemson University. Jenkins holds an Institute for Organizational Management (IOM) certification from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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