In Case You Missed It . . . FAF President Barbara Petersen To Retire
On Friday, June 28 your First Amendment Foundation announced that after 25 years of serving as President of FAF, Barbara Petersen has announced her plans to retire at the end of this year. Under Petersen’s leadership, the First Amendment Foundation worked with Governor Charlie Crist in the creation of the Office of Open Government in the Executive Office of the Governor and has written dozens of friend of the court briefs supporting citizens and the media, including two cases before the United States Supreme Court.
Petersen intends to stay involved in FAF and like causes in retirement. Petersen’s replacement will be announced sometime this fall as will details of her retirement celebration.