|LPF Region 13 Representative
Chair of the Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County
'Chair of the Libertarian Party of Broward County
|Copenhagen Central School
|Realtor® at Century 21
|Boca Raton, Florida
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Diona Kozma is a libertarian activist based in Palm Beach, Florida, known for her passionate advocacy for individual liberty and limited government. Born in Rutland Center, New York, she currently serves as the Chair for the Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County and as the LPF Region 13 Representative. Prior to this, she chaired the Libertarian Party of Broward County for 1 1/2 years.
Diona has been a registered Libertarian since 2014 and her leadership journey began in Broward County, where she not only chaired the local Libertarian Party but also ran a successful family-owned construction company. Professionally, Diona is a licensed Realtor® affiliated with Century 21 in Florida, emphasizing her understanding of the importance of economic freedom.
With a background in both business and politics, Diona brings a unique perspective to her roles. This dual experience, combined with her unwavering dedication, has made her a respected and influential figure within the libertarian community in Florida.
She was elected this year to serve as the Region 13 Representative to the Libertarian Party of Florida, highlighting her continued commitment to advancing libertarian values in the state. Through her leadership and advocacy, Diona inspires others to uphold the principles of individual freedom and limited government, aiming for a more prosperous society.
Diona was born in Rutland Center, New York, and attended Copenhagen Central School for her high school education. Over the years, she has lived in several states including New York, New Jersey, California, and Florida. Presently, she resides in Boca Raton, Florida.