SENIOR TITLE & SURVEY MANAGER
Audrine Finnerty has more than 30 years’ experience as a title insurance attorney. She is highly skilled at resolving title and survey issues, and mitigating related risks, to ensure timely transaction closings. Her focus is on detailed compliance documentation, and responsive, clear communication with clients throughout the project continuum. A licensed attorney in the State of Ohio, she is also a licensed Florida title agent. Audrine is co-author of Principles of Ohio Real Estate Titles, which is now in its Third Edition.
While living in Ohio, Audrine was on the board of several non-profit organizations, including a grassroots watershed group that evolved into a major Ohio land conservancy. She currently serves on the board of the Florida State Parks Foundation. Dedicated to community service, Audrine has managed and monitored Federal grants for the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, and Florida Department of Education.
Originally from the Washington, DC area, Audrine Piasecki Finnerty moved to Tallahassee from Ohio in 2009 to be closer to her late parents (Ronald and Angret Piasecki). In Ohio, Audrine was on the board of several non-profit organizations, including a grassroots watershed group that evolved into a major Ohio land conservancy.
Audrine’s passion for the environment and state parks began early, first as a young child visiting parks around the country, later as a law clerk for the National Park Service in Washington, DC, and finally as a volunteer in local environmental organizations.
She has traveled extensively throughout the state and enjoys visiting local state parks during her trips.