Ann G. Breeden was born in Kilmarnock, Virginia. She is a “triple Gator.” She earned her Bachelor of Science summa cum laude in Recreation, Parks & Tourism, Master of Science in Recreation Studies, and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. While in graduate school, she served as a tutor to University of Florida student athletes. While in law school, Ms. Breeden was an active member of the John Marshall Bar Association and the Entertainment Law Review. In September 2009, she was admitted to the Florida Bar. She began her career with Three Rivers Legal Services in Gainesville, Florida, where she provided pro bono attorney services before joining the firm in 2010. Ms. Breeden is also actively involved in the Young Lawyers Section of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.
Since moving to the Palm Beach County area, Ms. Breeden has given back to the community through her volunteer work in fundraising for the Junior League of the Palm Beaches, serving as Cookbook Committee Chair, Small Fundraisers Chair, and Fundraising Vice President. Through her efforts, she has been instrumental in planning and executing fundraisers of all size and securing funding to support Junior League’s mission and community programs. She has also served as the Secretary on the Board of the Palm Beach County Gator Club, which provides scholarships to incoming freshmen at the University of Florida.
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