Advocacy and Florida Agent's PAC
Strengthening Your Advocacy with Lisa Miller and Associates!
At PIA of Florida, we're committed to keeping you at the forefront of industry happenings, ensuring you're well-informed and well-represented. To keep you informed, we have partnered with Lisa Miller, Florida's former Deputy Insurance Commissioner, to
provide PIA of Florida members with regular updates, webinars, and tailored resources about the latest developments, decisions, and regulatory changes in Tallahassee that directly impact you and your agency.
About Lisa Miller: Lisa Miller is Florida's former Deputy Insurance Commissioner with over 30 years of diverse experience. She's an expert in disaster insurance and recovery, guiding clients on insurance, financial regulations, real estate, and emergency management. Additionally, she also devotes significant time to volunteer advocacy for consumers.
Previously, as a former deputy insurance commissioner, Lisa represented and advised property insurance companies covering a quarter of Florida's residential policies. She was the lead advisor for Florida's Insurance Fraud Task Force and a consultant for investors entering the state's insurance market.
Agent's PAC (AGPAC)
PIA of Florida's political action committee was established to raise funds and support our legislative efforts on your behalf.
This critical program ensures that your voice will be heard in Tallahassee.
The Political Process Matters
Florida AGPAC supports candidates for state office and elected state officials who support the independent insurance agency system—period. Contributions to PIA FL AGPAC enable PIA of Florida to support candidates running for office and elected
state officials who are pro-business and pro-independent agents. Advocacy is about educating policymakers on the issues. Before voting or taking a position on legislation, representatives need to hear the position of PIA of Florida and our independent
Building and maintaining relationships is an essential part of these advocacy efforts. Understanding the independent insurance agency system is the first step to supporting and expanding our industry. Staying silent on the issues important to independent agents is not an option.
The PIA of Florida Board of Directors asks for each agency to contribute a minimum of $50 annually to the program. However, participation is voluntary, and you may elect not to contribute, just as you may also decide to increase your contribution. Remember, your membership in AGPAC goes a long way toward providing insurance agents a strong voice in the legislative and regulatory arenas.
Your Voice Matters. Your Support Counts. Together, we can achieve more than we ever could alone.