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President and CEO, Florida TaxWatch
Dominic M. Calabro is President and Chief Executive Officer of Florida TaxWatch, a statewide, non-profit, non-partisan government watchdog and research center for taxpayers. Florida TaxWatch was founded in 1979 to improve government productivity, taxpayer value, and citizen understanding and encouraging responsible participation by Floridians in their state and local governments. This is accomplished by advancing productivity and sound investment in Florida government and through research on how tax and spend regulatory decisions affect Floridians' livelihood and quality of life.
Calabro also holds a Master's degree from Florida State University and will soon be receiving a second Master's degree in public finance and budgeting.
Before joining TaxWatch in the early 1980s, Calabro served as an analyst with the Florida Senate Ways and Means Committee (later split into Appropriations and Finance and Tax).
Under Calabro's leadership, Florida TaxWatch has earned and maintained the respect of the state's most highly regarded and influential leaders and has attracted positive attention from both the citizens of Florida and the state and national media.
In addition to many business and civic honors, Calabro was named by the national Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of Ten Outstanding Young Americans for 1994.
Calabro resides in Tallahassee with his wife, Debbie and four children.