After graduating from Stetson University, Knight spent three years in the Peace Corps and earned her law degree from the University of Florida. She then worked for the state and the Southwest Florida Water Management District before moving to Tampa to work for Bush Ross, where she helps homeowners’ associations resolve issues in their communities.
Knight is the membership director for the Junior League of Tampa and the first chair of the group’s new program, the Luminaries, a program that showcases outstanding Tampa leaders who have made a lasting impact on the community.
“I wanted to be part of an organization that focused on youth and leadership development. The Junior League helps the most disadvantaged kids in the community. It also promotes volunteerism and gives women opportunities to impact and help the community.”