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Emma Collum is an attorney, activist, co-founder of the National Women’s March, and President of Women’s March Florida.

Emma began her legal career as an advocate for tenants’ rights, domestic violence survivors, union workers, and environmental protections. She gained valuable policy experience as a legislative aide before becoming a small business attorney for a family-owned company in Broward. As a member of the core team planning the Women’s March in 2016, Emma was instrumental in organizing the largest demonstration in United States history.

Knowing that the movement couldn’t end after a single march, she founded Women’s March Florida and currently serves as President, working to create statewide political education and voter engagement programs. Emma is running for the Florida legislature to improve critical infrastructure, strengthen our economy, protect our environment, and help all Floridians achieve equality and equity. She lives in Fort Lauderdale with her husband, James, and their dog, Daisy.

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  • Happy National Working Parents Day!

    Any parent can tell you, it’s hard to support your family while you have little ones who depend on you for their well-being. Working parents still face many challenges, like minimal or no parental leave and a lack of affordable daycare. Today, on National Working Parents Day, I want to...
  • Secretary Julián Castro at Opportunity First endorses Emma Collum.

    Earlier this year, I founded an organization called Opportunity First with the mission to help elect a new generation of leaders up and down the ballot all across our country. Today, I'm proud to announce that we have endorsed Emma Collum for the Florida House, District 93. Emma is a...
  • Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence endorses Emma Collum

    I’m honored to announce that the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has endorsed my candidacy for State Representative in Florida’s District 93. The Brady Campaign advocates for gun control and against gun violence in the U.S. It is named for former White House Press Secretary Jim Brady, who was...

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