Staff

Daniel Bevarly photo

 

Daniel Bevarly is in his second year as NFOIC’s executive director, working to expand the organization’s programs that support and sustain a national network of state coalitions. Bevarly’s career spans local government, a public policy think tank, a civic tech solutions provider and owning a public relations firm. A Kentucky native, Dan's work has addressed the challenges to democracy and First Amendment rights stemming from the convergence of information technology with governance, journalism and public participation. He is also an adjunct professor at Florida Gulf Coast University. dbevarly@nfoic.org

 

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Maggy Stansly is the administrative manager for NFOIC, overseeing finances, the annual FOI summit and grants. Prior to joining NFOIC, Maggy worked in the finance office for student government at the University of Florida. Previously, she studied political science at Ave Maria University in Naples, Fla., and taught high school economics and personal finance. She is a member of the Inclusion, Diversity and Equity survey subcommittee for the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. A Mexican American, Maggy is bilingual and has traveled extensively in Spain, and Central and South America. mstansly@nfoic.org

 

 

Stephan

 

Stephan Chamberlin is a senior research assistant at NFOIC and conducts investigations into pressing issues of the administration of freedom of information laws in order to shed light on the inner workings of open government. He is a fourth-year political science student at the University of Florida (UF) and plans to attend law school in Fall 2021. Chamberlin previously worked as the editorial page editor of the Independent Florida Alligator, the student-run newspaper at UF. He is an Eagle Scout and spends his summers as a paralegal for a maritime and admiralty firm in Miami. srchamberlin@ufl.edu

 

 

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Cindy Jara is a social media intern for NFOIC, curating content for NFOIC's online platforms. She is a fourth-year studying public relations and criminology at the University of Florida and plans to attend law school after a few years working in public interest communications. Cindy also serves as the undergraduate student assistant for the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars program, a scholarship program that supports first-generation, economically-challenged students. She spent the last summer interning in D.C. and taking in all the sights with her dog by her side. cindyjara@ufl.edu