Lt. Governor of Florida Model Legislature
Lt. Governor: Andrew Perry
Andrew Perry recently graduated from Palm Beach State College with his Associates, Summa Cum Laude with Floyd F. Koch Honors College distinction. Lieutenant Governor Perry has been an outspoken advocate for efficiency and accountability in government since his days attending Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He started a small business at seventeen years old, then started college as a non-traditional student a few years later. Perry began his service in Student Government at the Palm Beach State College - Eissey Campus his freshman year as a Senator. He then was nominated to be SGA President for his sophomore year. Andrew has also been active in community service, political campaigns, Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, Gay-Straight Alliance, and many committees at his college.
Lieutenant Governor Perry’s goals were to increase civic engagement, make disruptive, progressive change for his college and community, succeed as a student and leader, and create an environment in which other students may prosper. Perry ran with Governor Carter on a platform of expanding access to FML and to use their combined experience and differing viewpoints to best serve their constituents. As a recent graduate, Perry is weighing his options between the University of Florida and Universities in Washington D.C. After graduating with his Bachelors in Business Administration, Andrew plans to be a social entrepreneur tackling the challenges of our time through the private and public sectors.
Past Lt. Governor's
2010 Shuyun Xue, University of Florida
2011 Michael Sampson, Florida State College
2012 Josh Deese, University of Maryland
2013 Vacant, Governor Chose to to Fill
2014-May, Natalie Artimez, Edison State College
2014-November, Kaitlin Works, University of South Florida
2015 Kaitlin Works, University of South Florida