Kelly S. Sciba

Kelly S. Sciba became the Executive Director of the Florida Commission on the Status of Women, in the Office of the Florida Attorney General in March 2002. The Commission is a non-partisan body with a focus of raising awareness and celebrating the contributions and successes of all Floridians, along with providing a collaborative platform for those seeking information on issues that affect women, girls and their families in our state. The Commission is the presenting organization of the prestigious Florida Women’s Hall of Fame and the Florida Achievement Awards.

Prior to joining the Commission, Kelly served as Legislative and Communications Specialist for the Florida Office of the State Courts Administrator for two years, and spent four years as Membership and Communications Manager of the Florida Manufacturing and Chemical Council. Over her career, she has served in several capacities including operations, government relations, public relations, and program management.

She currently is a member of several boards, including the FCSW Foundation, Inc. and the Tallahassee Serinas Synchronized Swim Team Board of Directors. Kelly was recognized by Tallahassee Community College in 2015 as a Women’s History Month Honoree. She participated in the Southern Women in Public Service Leadership Program for three years. Kelly has also been active in her community by volunteering with the Girl Scouts of the Big Bend, RedEye Velo Junior Cycling Team, as well as both Montford Middle School and Lincoln High School.

She received her Bachelor of Science in Communication and Psychology from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, and her Master of Arts in Mass Communication from the University of Florida. She also has a Professional Accreditation in Public Relations.

Kelly Sciba grew up in Key Largo, FL. She currently lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with her husband, Tim and their two children, Brian and Katie.