Jesse H. Diner, Esq.

Jesse DinerJesse H. Diner is known as a “litigator’s litigator” for his deep knowledge of civil law and trial procedure.  He focuses his practice on resolving commercial disputes. During a career that spans more than 38 years, Diner has advised and represented clients in a wide range of business matters, including real estate, probate, financial and other commercial disputes.

As a strategic advisor, Mr. Diner draws on his experience as a corporate and real estate lawyer, as well as a litigator, to resolve each dispute in the client’s best interest – in or out of the courtroom.  He believes in a carefully planned, thorough approach to each matter, re-strategizing with clients as a case moves through the court system.  Diner is also an arbitrator, with more than 25 years experience in commercial and construction disputes.

Diner is currently a shareholder and practicing attorney with the firm Fowler, White, Boggs, P.A.  in Fort Lauderdale. He is the immediate past president of the Florida Bar Association, and has been a member of the Bar’s Board of Governors since 1996. Diner has also served as President of the Broward County Bar Association and Legal Aid Service of Broward County. FCF recognized Diner as the 2010 Child Advocate of the Year at its annual Broward awards reception for his work on the Florida Bar Legal Needs of Children Commission and for believing that children in foster care have the right to legal representation.

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Alexia Nechayev

FYS Events & Meeting Chair
(Palm Beach)

Hello, My name is Alexia Nechayev. I am 25 years old and I am an alumna of Florida International University where I received my B.A. in Psychology. My future career goal is to be a Lawyer. I was in care for about one year from age 17 to 18. Prior to entering care, I only knew about the negative stigma regarding foster care and while in care that narrative was unfortunately my experience.

In school I felt like I was on display because my status in care was broadcast to other students and in my placement behavior was leveraged for “privileges” that should be a natural right of all children. Because I did not know my rights I did not know that what I was experiencing was wrong. Today this is exactly why I advocate, because I don’t want this to be the same for other youth who are experiencing foster care.

This is my second year on the FYS Statewide Board and I’m happy to be the Events and Meetings Chair this year because my main goal through advocacy is to reach as many people as possible. My favorite thing as a board member is to see how comfortable members become while working together. The community needs to know that youth in foster care are real people, going through some of the hardest moments of their life and youth need to know that their voice is powerful. I believe that we have to speak up and bring these issues to people’s attention so that they do not forget us. Advocacy, education and consistency is the only way.

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