A Fearless Advocate for the Voiceless

Anika Omphroy

MEET ANIKA

Throughout her life, Anika has been a fearless advocate for the voiceless and a strategic warrior for her community.

The future of our nation relies on leaders in our communities to have unwavering courage, to be the voice of the voiceless and to stand valiantly in the face of difficulty.” - Rep. Anika Omphroy

As a first-generation Caribbean-American, Anika Omphroy understands what it means to live a life governed by a culture of unity; Out of Many, One Family. Her Jamaican, Haitian and Panamanian ancestry leverages her cultural scope which has allowed her to purposefully communicate and connect with District 95’s diverse demographic.

Anika is a natural born go-getter known to break barriers and speak out in the face of injustice. Raised in the District she now serves, Anika has witnessed some of the challenges her community has faced over the years. Common-sense leadership wasn’t common and it fueled her desire to get involved. Her passion for politics was ignited as a young 7th grader when she organized her first call-to-action rally against racial injustice. Her relentless efforts gained media attention and created change at her middle school. VIEW ARTICLE.

Anika commitment to her community never wavered throughout the years and she realized that her community needed a fresh voice and a leader that was willing to do more.

In 2018, Anika became the youngest person in history to be elected to District 95. She believes that it’s not enough to simply talk about how to improve the lives of her constituents – Anika demands that leaders take real action to improve the communities they serve.

Professionally, Anika executive-produced, cast, and co-hosted “The Mix,” – a politically based talk show which held political leaders accountable. The show ran for two seasons on the TeleAmerica Broadcasting Network and was the most-watched show on the station.

Anika is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University and is grand niece of Gwendolyn Omphroy-Spencer, OD. Mrs. Omphroy-Spencer received the Order of Distinction for her contribution to healthcare in Jamaica. Gwendolyn Omphroy-Spencer, OD was a nurse, midwife and the co-founder of Jamaican Midwives' Association. Anika is the niece of Lauderdale Lakes Mayor Hazelle Rogers, former State Representative of House District 95.

Florida is a donor state to the federal government. It's time for us to get our fair share of our federal dollars. She will continue to fight to bring back your hard-earned money to our community. She is committed to bringing forth solutions that are designed to empower people and alleviate the burdens of her District.

Anika believes that a politician has three roles in a community: servant, voice, and strategist.

MEET ANIKA

Throughout her life, Anika has been a fearless advocate for the voiceless and a strategic warrior for her community.

The future of our nation relies on leaders in our communities to have unwavering courage, to be the voice of the voiceless and to stand valiantly in the face of difficulty.” - Rep. Anika Omphroy

As a first-generation Caribbean-American, Anika Omphroy understands what it means to live a life governed by a culture of unity; Out of Many, One Family. Her Jamaican, Haitian and Panamanian ancestry leverages her cultural scope which has allowed her to purposefully communicate and connect with District 95’s diverse demographic.

Anika is a natural born go-getter known to break barriers and speak out in the face of injustice. Raised in the District she now serves, Anika has witnessed some of the challenges her community has faced over the years. Common-sense leadership wasn’t common and it fueled her desire to get involved. Her passion for politics was ignited as a young 7th grader when she organized her first call-to-action rally against racial injustice. Her relentless efforts gained media attention and created change at her middle school. VIEW ARTICLE.

Anika commitment to her community never wavered throughout the years and she realized that her community needed a fresh voice and a leader that was willing to do more.

In 2018, Anika became the youngest person in history to be elected to District 95. She believes that it’s not enough to simply talk about how to improve the lives of her constituents – Anika demands that leaders take real action to improve the communities they serve.

Professionally, Anika executive-produced, cast, and co-hosted “The Mix,” – a politically based talk show which held political leaders accountable. The show ran for two seasons on the TeleAmerica Broadcasting Network and was the most-watched show on the station.

Anika is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University and is grand niece of Gwendolyn Omphroy-Spencer, OD. Mrs. Omphroy-Spencer received the Order of Distinction for her contribution to healthcare in Jamaica. Gwendolyn Omphroy-Spencer, OD was a nurse, midwife and the co-founder of Jamaican Midwives' Association. Anika is the niece of Lauderdale Lakes Mayor Hazelle Rogers, former State Representative of House District 95.

Florida is a donor state to the federal government. It's time for us to get our fair share of our federal dollars. She will continue to fight to bring back your hard-earned money to our community. She is committed to bringing forth solutions that are designed to empower people and alleviate the burdens of her District.

Anika believes that a politician has three roles in a community: servant, voice, and strategist.

Anika Omphroy