Jennifer Webb is the former Representative for Florida’s 69th District. During her tenure, Jennifer passed benchmark behavioral health legislation and was awarded the NAMI Legislator of the Year in 2020 for her efforts.
Prior to her tenure in Tallahassee, Jennifer established Omni Public, a business strategy, public affairs, and public relations firm. Through her work at Omni Public and, prior, as Director of Partnerships of USF’s Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships, Jennifer specialized in building coalitions of business, university, and nonprofit leaders to solve entrenched problems facing the Tampa Bay region and its residents.
Jennifer graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of South Florida with a Master’s of Arts in Public Anthropology. Prior to graduate school, Jennifer worked at the intersection of workforce and economic development, where she broke down silos to help residents attain well-paying jobs and to attract new industries to Western Massachusetts. Her undergraduate degrees are in History and in Anthropology from Louisiana State University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.
Jennifer is a native of Louisiana and resides in Gulfport, Florida with her wife, Cynthia, and their dogs, Winston and Bailey. Jennifer has long endeavored to turn her personal familial tragedy of losing her baby sister to opioid addiction into a strong program of action. She is honored to serve as director of Project Opioid Tampa Bay.