A fifth-generation Floridian, Max Losner’s heritage is engrained in the South Miami-Dade community, having come from a family long-involved in banking, local politics, and community activism.
While a student at the University of Central Florida, Max was selected from a competitive pool of applicants to go to Tallahassee as a part of the UCF Legislative Scholars program. As a legislative intern in the Florida House of Representatives, Max worked in the offices of Representative Scott Plakon and Representative David Smith from Seminole County.
His experience in the Florida House led him to join Becker as a legislative assistant, where he supported the government team in successfully bringing back millions of dollars in funding for a multitude of municipalities and nonprofits, along with a flurry of key policy changes.
His background also includes having managed several campaigns for public office in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. In 2020, he was elected to serve as Secretary of the Republican Party of Miami-Dade County.
Max has a Bachelors of Health Services Administration with a minor in Political Science from the University of Central Florida, where he graduated cum laude.
PROFESSIONAL / COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
- Chairman, Miami-Dade County Planning Advisory Board, 2022 – present
- Secretary, Republican Party of Miami-Dade County, 2020 – present
- Board Member, Appointee of Board of County Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz, Miami-Dade County Planning Advisory Board, 2022
- Board Member, Appointee of Board of County Commissioners Chairman Jose “Pepe” Diaz, Miami-Dade Citizens Redistricting Advisory Board, 2021
- 40 Under 40: Rising Star, News Service Florida, 2024
- Rising Star, Influence Magazine, 2023