Representative Emily Slosberg was first elected to the Florida House in 2016 and was subsequently re-elected in 2018, succeeding her father Irv Slosberg.
Emily was born and raised in South Florida. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a major in Criminal Justice and received her Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law.
Emily’s call to public service began after her twin sister, Dori, was tragically killed in a car accident.
Emily and her family created the Dori Slosberg Foundation in honor of her sister and they have been advocating for stronger traffic safety laws for over 20 years.
Furthermore, Emily is a practicing attorney. She specializes in discrimination and employment law and brings her passion of fighting discrimination to both the courtroom and the legislature.
awards and achievements
- Elected Official Champion from the Florida Bicycle Association
- Freshman Legislator of the Year, Florida Dental Association
- A proclamation from the Alliance of Delray Residential Associations for her outstanding leadership in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma
- Recognition from Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish Family Services for her efforts during Legislative Session on the behalf of the Jewish community
- Gaming Control Subcommittee
- Health & Human Services Committee
- Justice Appropriations Subcommittee
- State Affairs Committee