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Meet HAVA Holzhauer

Hava Holzhauer has been your advocate – fighting for you her whole life.

The grandaughter of Holocaust survivors and the daughter of hard-working self-made parents, the values of empathy,resilience and empowerment, obligation and committment, accountability, transparency and justice – and the fortitude to show up and speak out to serve others – were instilled in Hava from a very young age. 

Hava’s childhood was defined by her family’s journey from city to city for her parents’ work – her father, a leader in healthcare and her mother, a public school teacher for special needs. Hava learned at a young age the struggles of being an outsider, how to see the needs of others, and developed an unshakeable drive to build bridges, find common ground and realize collective good.

Always knowing that she wanted to make a lasting difference in our community, Hava sought out education to give her the skills to create a more just, equitable and sustainable world. After earning degrees in Environmental Science and Psychology from Tufts University, she earned her J.D. to create equitable and inclusive workspaces and close the pay gap for working women.

Personally and professionally, Hava has stood up to bullies and continued to fight for human rights and dignity. She has challenged unlawful firings, fought for civil and equal rights, and worked with business owners and operators across industries to create more equitable and productive workplaces. As a young mother, early on in the workplace, Hava stood up for herself and her colleagues, fighting for flex time and securing maternity facilities for working moms.

Hava continued her fight for justice as a leader in the Florida Office of the State Attorney, where she prosecuted hate crimes, fought for safer communities, and worked to ensure everyone’s right to live free of discrimination. She continued her fight against extremism, bias, and bigotry as the Regional Director of the Florida Anti-Defamation League, working to root out hate at the source. 

Hava’s experience in our communities as an advocate, attorney, and business leader – Hava’s style of solution and outcome-oriented advocacy – make her the best choice to represent us in Congress. Her background in finding thoughtful, common sense policies will help bring possibility and progress to all our families in South Florida. Whether it’s securing funding to build new hurricane resistant infrastructure, promoting sustainable economic development and investment in living wage job growth, or ensuring every American’s right to vote, Hava Holzhauer is the fighter we need.