A public policy expert with legislative and municipal experience in transportation, development, tourism, nonprofit, juvenile justice, and sustainability.
Adrianna has lobbied for and alongside Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, and statewide nonprofits. She has served as the Chief of Staff and Director of Public Affairs at PureCycle Technologies, a publicly-traded plastics technology company, has led local government relations at Walt Disney Park & Resorts, served as the Government Affairs Director at the Greater Orlando Builders Association, and advocated for the Pace Center for Girls, Inc. as Associate Director of Government Affairs. She began her career in politics managing a successful campaign for the Florida House of Representatives.
Adrianna is a board member of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission and an executive committee member of Florida Executive Women. She previously served as the two-term board chair of the Osceola Chamber of Commerce, a two-term chairmanship of the Hispanic Chamber Government Affairs Committee, and was a voting member of the West Orange Political Alliance and Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association Political Action Committee.
She is a trained public speaker, holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Florida State University, and is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee and Leadership Orlando. She was named a “Woman Who Means Business” by the Orlando Business Journal and a “Woman to Watch” by Orange Appeal Magazine.
Our Founder and her family moved to the United States from communist Poland over thirty-five years ago. Like many immigrants, they moved to America in search of prosperity and greater opportunities. Witnessing the commitment and hard work of her family during their adverse climb for social mobility came a deep sense of gratitude, a passion for politics and community, and an ethos of giving back. Solidarity Partners is an ode to the beliefs of Poles that, through teamwork, we can accomplish anything. It is this conviction that guides our company's vision to build better communities through public policy and philanthropy.
Adrianna is the Board Chair of Hope Partnership, an affordable housing nonprofit focused on ensuring every person has a safe place to call home. She is a member of the Heart of Florida United Way's Women United Committee and is the past two-term board chair and fundraising co-chair of the Pace Center for Girls in Orange County.
She has been recognized by Pace Inc. with the Spirited Girls Award as a business leader who “Recognizes the Great in Every Girl” and honored by the Boy Scouts Central Florida Council for her work in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.