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The Council

Electrolysis Council

The Council is comprised of five members appointed by the Board of Medicine, three are licensed electrologists who have been actively engaged in the delivery of electrolysis services in this state for a least four consecutive years prior to their appointment and who are not affiliated with an electrolysis school or manufacturer or supplier of electrolysis equipment or supplies. Two consumer members must be residents of this state who have never been licensed electrologists, have no financial interest in the practice of electrology, and are not affiliated with an electrolysis school or manufacturer or supplier of electrolysis equipment or supplies.

An Opportunity to Serve Florida: Become a Member of the Florida Electrolysis Council

Learn more about the application process.

Are you a current or new council member? Helpful resources and information pertinent to your position are available on the new Division of Medical Quality Assurance (MQA) board member website. visit https://flhealthsource.gov/board-members

  • Professional Member

Jolynn Greenhalgh, DNP, ARNP, Chair
Tallahassee
Term Ends: July 9, 2020

Rosanna Bermejo, RN, LE
Miami
Term Ends: February 2, 2026

Professional Member Vacancy

  • Consumer Member

Sarah Gray, Esquire
Boca Raton
Term Ends: February 7, 2024

Consumer Member Vacancy

  • Council Staff

Allen Hall - Executive Director
Responsibilities: Handles the administration of the Medical Therapies/Psychology unit and legislative and budget issues.

Anna King - Program Operations Administrator
Responsible for the daily oversight of licensure and administrative operations for the Electrolysis Council Office. Reviews and provides guidance to Council staff regarding complex applications, regulatory and policy issues. Assists with the implementation of new regulations. Sets and implements operational goals and process improvements for the profession.

Ahna Ivester - Regulatory Specialist III
Serves as the lead preparer of the Council's quarterly meeting agendas. Please direct any questions regarding applications or agendas to mqa.electrolysis@flhealth.gov. Serves as a subject matter expert for the profession and assists other specialists in day-to-day work.

Terrica Jones - Regulatory Specialist II - Team Lead
Serves as the lead application processing specialist and a subject matter expert for the profession. Processes and answers questions regarding electrologist licensure, electrology exam information, electrology facility licensure, 320-hour electrolysis training programs and 30-hour laser hair removal continuing education providers. 

Susan Craun - Regulatory Specialist II 
Serves as an application processing specialist for the profession. Processes and answers questions regarding electrologist licensure, electrology exam information, electrology facility licensure and laser and light-based hair removal protocols. Assists with inquiries regarding 320-hour electrolysis training programs and 30-hour laser hair removal continuing education providers. 

Brielle Clark - Regulatory Specialist II
Responsibilities: Provides general assistance to callers and directs them to appropriate staff.