Loranne Ausley is an attorney and a Member of the Florida House of Representatives representing Tallahassee.   Her practice focuses on non-profit and elections law, strategic advice and general government consulting.

Ausley is a 6th-generation Floridian who has held senior positions in every level of government.    In addition to her legislative and appointed service, Ausley is active in a number of local, state and national organizations.  She was instrumental in creating Whole Child Leon, a community based initiative focused on young children and their families, and she served as Chair for 8 years.  She is a member of the Orange Bowl Committee and Leadership Florida’s Class XX, and was recently named as a New Deal Leader.  She serves as National Honorary Co-Chair of the New Leaders' Council and as a board member to the Claude Pepper Foundation.   She is a founding member of The Oasis Center for Women and Girls and an active volunteer with the South City Multi-Sport Club and the Stacey Webb Arts Foundation.   Past service includes board membership of numerous organizations including Florida Healthy Kids Corporation, Whole Child Leon, Leon County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, The United Way of the Big Bend, The Tallahassee Urban League, Washington and Lee University Law Council, the George Washington Society, and various volunteer positions with Leadership Florida.

Loranne graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College with degrees in Economics and Politics, and earned her J.D. from the Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia.  She lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband Bill Hollimon and son, Will, age 15.  Loranne is a runner and triathlete, and a two-time  Ironman finisher (Chattanooga 2016, Florida 2007).