DeSantis appoints Moms for Liberty co-founder to board overseeing state employee conduct
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday Moms for Liberty co-founder Tina Descovich has been appointed to Florida's Commission on Ethics, a group tasked with investigating complaints against state employees.
Descovich, who served on the school board in Brevard County, Florida, from 2016 to 2020, founded Moms for Liberty with former Indian River school board member Tiffany Justice in 2021.
After DeSantis announced her appointment, Descovich said she looks forward to setting guidelines for how state employees conduct themselves as part of the commission's work.
"The Florida Ethics Commission is charged with serving as the guardian of the standards of conduct for public officers and employees as well as safeguarding public trust," Descovich posted to X, formerly known as Twitter, Wednesday afternoon. "It will be a privilege to serve the state I love as a member of this commission."