Orlando, FL– Democratic candidate for Florida State House District 47 has earned the endorsement of the Everglades Trust.

“After careful consideration, Everglades Trust is proud to give you our endorsement for your election efforts,” said Executive Director Kimberly Mitchell. “Each part of our state is unique and important, but as one of the most unique ecosystems on the planet, as well as the source of drinking water for one out of three Floridians, the Everglades, Florida Bay and the northern estuaries are especially vital to keeping the state’s engine running. On behalf of the Trust’s board, I thank you for stepping up to serve and for your care of America’s Everglades.”

Anna added the following statement to celebrate her latest endorsement:

“I am honored to have the support of the Everglades Trust. I am a candidate who believes firmly in science and walks the talk when it comes to environmental protection, conservation, and sustainability. I will do my part to hold polluters accountable, support smart planning, and protect our natural resources– always.”


More About Anna

Anna V. Eskamani is an Orlando native and daughter of immigrants who has worked relentlessly her entire life to protect all members of our community through effective advocacy, bold leadership, and strategic management. A community organizer with a proven track record in building consensus while fighting unapologetically for progressive values, for the last six years Anna served as the Senior Director of Public Affairs and Communications for Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida. She managed a team of six across 22 counties and is known in the legislature and across the nation as an advocate for women’s health and equality. Anna is also a PhD student in Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida and serves as an Adjunct Professor teaching Intro to Women’s Studies. Tough, authentic and unafraid, Anna is a progressive who has proven herself as a leader who works hard, delivers results, and gets things done.

Anna has earned the endorsement of over 60 community leaders and organizations, including an early endorsement from Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. She was also one of the 48 women featured on the cover of Time magazine. When elected, Anna will be the first Iranian-American to serve in the Florida legislature.