Brett Renton appointed to Board of Directors for One Hope United


Brett Renton, OrlandoOrlando partner Brett Renton was recently appointed to One Hope United's Board of Directors, an organization whose primary goal is to ensure a safe and loving home for children.

“We are thrilled to welcome Brett to One Hope United’s board. His engagement in the Orlando community, legal thought leadership, and enthusiasm for our mission will be great assets as we work to have a greater impact in Florida and beyond," said Scott Humphrey, President and CEO of One Hope United.

As a member of its Board of Directors, Brett will take part in assisting in the fulfillment of One Hope United's mission and will be responsible for its adherence to the appropriate legal and ethical standards.

“I look forward to applying my experience toward public service and aim to assist the leadership in continuing its success in assisting children and families,” said Brett.

About One Hope United

Founded 120 years ago, One Hope United provides an array of prevention, intervention, and community-based support programs including adoption, foster care, foster parent training and licensing, family preservation and in-home services as well as community mental health. Learn more by visiting their website.

About Brett Renton

Brett Renton is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. He represents individuals, companies, corporations, banks and government entities in business litigation, landlord-tenant litigation, government law and construction law. He currently serves as the president of the Orange County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section and is a member of the Orange County Bar Association’s executive council. Brett received his undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida and his law degree from Florida State University.

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