The CareerSource Central Florida Consortium is comprised of one County Commissioner each from the five counties that make up Region 12, those being Sumter, Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. Commissioners are chosen to serve by their respective Board Chairs for a term of one year. The Consortium meets no less than two times a year, and approves the CareerSource Central Florida annual fiscal year budget, promotes CareerSource Central Florida services, and assists the organization in conducting its business.
The Consortium elects from among its members one to serve as Chair. The current Chair of the Consortium is Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs.
Current CareerSource Central Florida Consortium members are:
Lee ConstantineSeminole County Commissioner, District 3 Full Bio
Seminole County Commissioner Lee Constantine, a graduate of the University of Central Florida, has represented Florida as a public servant for 36 years. In 1978, he was elected the youngest person in the City of Altamonte Springs history, serving as Commissioner and Mayor for 14 years. In 1992, he was elected to the Florida House of Representatives where he served for 8 years. In 2000, Mr. Constantine was elected to the Florida Senate representing the citizens of Orange and Seminole Counties. He served until November 2010, only ending his distinguished Senate career due to term limits. In 2012 Lee Constantine was elected to the Seminole County Commission, District 3.
Al ButlerSumter County Commissioner, District 1 Full Bio
Al Butler moved to Sumter County in 2005, and was elected to the Sumter County Commission in 2016. He has been active in community affairs as a Director of the Villages Homeowners Association, Chairman of the Sumter County Republican Executive Committee and Chairman of the Sumter County Industrial Development Authority. Commissioner Butler graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Engineering. He has over 40 years of Corporate Executive experience in the manufacturing industry.
Brandon ArringtonOsceola County Commissioner, District 3Full Bio
Brandon Arrington was first elected to the Osceola County Commission in 2008. Commissioner Arrington represents the Commission on the Public Safety Coordinating Council, Florida Association of Counties Board, CareerSource Central Florida, Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce, Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, and was appointed as Vice-Chair of Florida Association of Counties’ Health and Human Services Committee Board, and serves on the Florida Counties Foundation Board. Commissioner Arrington is a graduate of Auburn University, and currently serves as the Executive Director of Osceola Arts - the community’s local art agency - where he is proud to champion the arts and works to provide cultural outlets to our diverse community through programs such as the 2nd grade field trip program, Arts Afterschool Program, and Audience of Tomorrow program.
Leslie CampioneLake County Commissioner, District 4Full Bio
Commissioner Campione is a strong proponent of economic development and free market principles, and is committed to fostering a climate for positive economic activity, small business ownership, and job creation through good planning and balanced policies that protect the valuable natural resources and the unique quality of life we enjoy in Lake County and all of Central Florida. She has served the community in many capacities, including Junior Achievement teacher, YMCA Coach, Eustis Service League (former president), Leadership Lake County and volunteer teacher with Justice Teaching. Commissioner Campione graduated with Honors from the University of Florida College of Law.
Teresa JacobsOrange County MayorConsortium ChairFull Bio
Teresa Jacobs was first elected to serve as Mayor in November 2010. Known as a champion of ethics reform and a strong advocate for public participation in the governmental process, Jacobs has established a set of core values to guide county employees in their daily duties: professionalism, integrity, strong work ethic, innovation, fairness and accountability. Mayor Jacobs is a staunch advocate for citizen involvement, for broadening our innovation-driven economy by partnering with the University of Central Florida and other institutions of higher learning, and for leading far-reaching sustainability efforts to ensure that Orange County’s future will be healthy and prosperous.