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NFIB/Alabama State Director
Rosemary Elebash is a native of Opp, Ala., and a graduate of Troy University.
She was appointed as state director of NFIB/Alabama in January 2003 and represents NFIB’s Alabama members as the public policy advocate. She represents the members’ interests before all branches of state and local government.
Prior to the NFIB appointment, she was the state director of law and government affairs for AT&T overseeing legislative and regulatory affairs in both Alabama and Mississippi.
She also served as a staff assistant to U.S. Sen. Donald Stewart and was a legislative staff assistant to former Gov. Fob James during his first term.
She is an active participant in several organizations, including the American Legislative Exchange Council, the Baptist Hospital South Advisory Board, the Alabama Hospital Association Special Care Facilities Financing Authority, the Alabama Civil Justice Reform Committee and the Troy University Alumni Board of Directors.
In 2004, then-Gov. Bob Riley appointed her to serve as a member of the Unemployment Compensation Reform Committee and in 2010, Riley named her to the Coastal Recovery Commission following the Gulf oil spill.
Gov. Robert Bentley named Elebash to a seat on the Long-Term Recovery Partners Committee, created in response to the April 2011 storms. She also serves on the 14-member Alabama Health Insurance Exchange Study Commission.
She previously served on the State Task Force on Welfare Reform and the Department of Human Resources State Board, where she served as vice chairman. She was nominated by U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions and appointed by President George W. Bush to the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women.
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