Dana Alberga attended Florida State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and International Affairs. While studying at Florida State, Dana volunteered at the Capital Area Red Cross, interning as a Volunteer Coordinator, and learning about International Human Rights Law. Dana also volunteered as a Youth Mentor, working with adolescents from across Florida.
After graduating from Florida State, Dana continued working with youth, serving as an advocate for homeless youth in the Central Florida region. Dana served in the public service arena for some years, gaining perspective and increased understanding of diverse populations. Subsequently, Dana pursued a legal education at Florida A&M University College of Law, where she received her J.D. During law school, Dana had the opportunity to serve as an intern in one of the State of Florida’s first-ever Conviction Integrity Units. As an intern in the CIU, Dana worked to prevent, identify, and remedy false convictions.
Outside of the office, you may find Dana cooking for friends and family, making memories with her Goddaughter Kiley, crafting, or sourcing vintage treasures.
Dana is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, the Florida Justice Association, the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association, and the Paul C. Perkins Bar Association.