About Commissioner Wilson
Commissioner Nicole Wilson is a licensed attorney who works in public interest and has helped individuals and non-profit environmental organizations navigate local, state and federal laws.
Nicole believes that everyone has equal rights under the law and is committed to working on behalf of the underserved members of our community.
Nicole was born and raised in Gainesville Florida and moved to Central Florida over 20 years ago. Nicole received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and human services from Mercer University, and law degree from Barry University School of Law. Her legal studies included a concentration on environmental and earth law, and she gained practice experience in Barry Law’s Environmental and Earth Law Clinic and Advanced Clinic she went on to be named Associate Editor of the Environmental and Earth Law Journal and was awarded an Honors Certificate in Environmental and Earth Law.
Nicole is a member of the Florida Bar Environmental and Land Use Section, Florida Bar Animal Law Section, The American Bar Association State and Local Government Law Group and the Orange County Bar Association.
Nicole is also a public-school advocate and has served on Orange County Public Schools PTA, PTO, and SAC Committees in a variety of capacities for over 12 years and was awarded the Dolphin Living Legacy Award.