FIU Law alumna Diana Arteaga ’09, has been appointed to the Florida Bar Consumer Protection Law Committee, beginning July 1.
The Committee’s mission is to educate consumers and Bar members about consumer protection laws and current issues through such means as public outreach events, public service messages, CLE programs, consumer publications, non-partisan technical assistance memoranda on proposed legislation, and providing expert resources to The Florida Bar, the Judiciary, and the Legislature.
“I am honored to be appointed to The Florida Bar’s Consumer Protection Law Committee,” said Arteaga. “My record shows that I am committed to protecting Florida’s consumers whether in the courtroom or the halls of government. I look forward to contributing to the betterment of Florida’s consumer protection laws.”
Arteaga currently represents Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater in South Florida and specializes in Hispanic affairs statewide.
She also serves on the board of SunPAC, which engages, educates, empowers, recruits and supports Hispanics to become more involved and represented in the political process; on the TAC Committee of the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund in Miami; on the board of The White Rose Institute, a non-profit organization, which promotes the ideas and ideals of Jose Marti and the rule of law in Cuba; and on the board of The San Carlos Institute of Key West.
In 2012, she was published in Latino Leaders Magazine as a “Leader of the Future Miami.”
Arteaga also appears regularly on radio and television as a commentator on foreign, political and state affairs.