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Leo DiBenigno
Leo DiBenigno

Biography:
Leo DiBenigno was appointed Secretary of the Florida Lottery by Governor Charlie Crist on January 2, 2007. He previously served in three senior staff roles at the Lottery as Deputy Secretary, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, and Director of Communications during the administration of former Governor Jeb Bush. DiBenigno's extensive professional background in government and politics spans nearly twenty years, and includes serving as Senior Policy Advisor at the U.S. Department of State, where he directed the public affairs strategy for the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs. Earlier in his career, DiBenigno was the Chief Spokesman on the 2000 Florida presidential campaign of President George W. Bush. He later served as Chief Operations Officer for Florida's State Technology Office, where he directed the budget, procurement and personnel activities for the agency responsible for setting technology standards and policy for state government. DiBenigno received his bachelor's degree in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland.

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Governor Names New Lottery Secretary
TALLAHASSEE, Florida, USA (December 28, 20060 – Governor elect Charlie Crist is reported to have named Leo DiBenigno as secretary of the Florida Lottery. DiBenigno will move up from his role as deputy secretary at the Florida Lottery............................Subscribers



 
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