Advisory Board Bio – Adrianna Sekula

Adrianna Sekula

Adrianna Sekula

Founder, Solidarity Partners

A public policy professional with legislative and municipal experience in transportation, philanthropy, development, tourism, campaigning, juvenile justice and sustainability, Adrianna Sekula previously managed local government relations at Walt Disney Park & Resorts, served as the Government Affairs Director at the Greater Orlando Builders Association, and led public policy as the Associate Director of Government Affairs at Pace Center for Girls, Inc. She began her career managing a successful campaign for the Florida House of Representatives.


Sekula has a tenacious ability to build relationships, a cultural and economic understanding of Central Florida, and a dynamic presentation and public speaking style. She has spoken on numerous panels and conferences on behalf of her employers and for her commitment to Orlando as a voice for business, nonprofit, and economic development.


Sekula was most recently the two-term board chair of the Osceola Chamber, leading and fundraising for a successful rebrand campaign, the past two-term chair of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, past board chair of the Pace Center for Girls Orange County, and is the current vice chair of The Hope Partnership and an executive member of the Florida Executive Women of Central Florida.


She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Florida State University and is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee and Leadership Orlando. Sekula has been named a “Women Who Means Business” by the Orlando Business Journal, a “Woman to Watch” by Orange Appeal Magazine, recognized by Pace Inc. with the Spirited Girls Award as a business leader who “Recognizes the Great in Every Girl”, and honored by the Boy Scouts Central Florida Council for her work in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.