Alyson Hoffman Appointed to March of Dimes Central and Southern Florida Young Professionals Board

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Lowndes is pleased to announce that attorney Alyson Hoffman was recently appointed to March of Dimes Central and Southern Florida Young Professionals Board. The Young Professionals Board supports the March of Dimes’ mission of improving the health of mothers and babies by engaging the community through fundraising, networking and volunteer opportunities.

A Melbourne native, Hoffman is active within the local community as a volunteer with Brevard Family Partnership and Friends of Children of Brevard County and as a member of the Junior League of South Brevard and 321 Millennials, an organization that is focused on building the community and economy within Florida's Space Coast.

Hoffman is an associate in the Corporate, Business and Tax Department, working out of the firm's Orlando and Melbourne offices. She primarily focuses her practice on sophisticated estate planning and complex estate and trust administration. Hoffman earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Florida – Hume Honors College and her law degree, with a Certificate in Intellectual Property, from the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law.  

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