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UNF staff member nominated for the Jacksonville Ethics Commission

Robyn Blank HeadshotRobyn Blank, UNF’s associate vice president, chief compliance and ethics officer, was recently nominated by State Attorney Melissa Nelson to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission. Created in 1992, the nine-person commission is tasked with conducting a forum for discussion and investigation of ethics in Jacksonville. The State Attorney’s Office is charged with appointing members to the commission.

“Robyn has an impressive career in public service here in Florida, both as an attorney and as a respected ethics and compliance advisor,” said UNF President Moez Limayem. “She is a trusted leader at UNF and will be a strong addition to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission."

State Attorney Nelson said, “Robyn is a perfect fit for this important role and has an outstanding background in the field of ethics. Blank's appointment will go to the Jacksonville City Council for confirmation.