Raylene Huls-Strickler Coe
Raylene Huls-Strickler Coe (n/k/a Raylene Coe) was born in Hampton, Virginia and raised primarily in Orlando, Florida. She plays guitar, writes songs and enjoys attending concerts, NASCAR races, theme parks and family beach trips.
Raylene was a computer retail business owner before earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida Summa Cum Laude. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Florida State University in Tallahassee. Raylene was selected to receive a Florida Bar Fellowship, which enabled her to serve as a Legislative Research Assistant in the Florida House of Representatives’ Education Innovation Committee and Education Council throughout her 2nd year of Law School. She also served on the FSU College of Law’s Journal of Transnational Law and Policy and received an esteemed Book Award in Education Law.
After law school, Raylene became an Assistant General Counsel for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and later a Senior Assistant General Counsel for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation in the Division of Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes.
Raylene is a passionate youth advocate. Before joining Lotane & Associates, P.A., Raylene served as the Director of Street Outreach Services for Crosswinds Youth Services, Inc., where she worked closely with the Brevard Homeless Coalition and its various committees, as well as Brevard’s Child Abuse Prevention Task Force, Space Coast Human Trafficking Task Force, and the Together In Partnership statutory committee.
Raylene was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2001 and is a member in good standing. She is also a member of the Central Florida Real Estate Attorneys’ Council and the Space Coast Association of Realtors.