Patricia Elizee is a managing partner of Elizee Law Firm, P.A., a firm dedicated to serving its clients and the community.
Ms. Elizee is a former president of the Haitian Lawyers Association. In 2016, she was voted valedictorian of the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce's first top 20 under 40 class and currently serves as a board member of the Chamber. In 2018, Ms. Elizee was voted Vice Chair of the Chamber's executive board.
She was appointed to the Hispanic Advisory Board of Miami Dade County by Commissioner Jean Monestime. Ms. Elizee is also a graduate of the prestigious Florida Bar Leadership Academy. She currently serves as the chair of the Immigration Committee of the Dade County Bar Association.
In 2017 the Miami Herald chose Ms. Elizee to partake in their CEO Round-table series, where leaders in the business community are asked to answer business questions for their readers.
Ms. Elizee was formerly a legal fellow at Americans of Immigrant Justice where she handled a diverse caseload.