Rickey Strong is a 2001 graduate of Florida State University. He also earned his MBA from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia in 2005 and his law degree from the Florida A&M University College of Law in Orlando, Florida in 2008.
Rickey spent a number of years as in-house legal counsel for the Florida Department of Health. During his time with the Department, he provided legal counsel for the Unlicensed Practice of Medicine (ULA), Medical Professional Licensing, Vital Statistics, Public Health, Disease Control, Environmental Health, and Epidemiology.
Rickey has been a real estate licensee since 1999. He has experience in real estate sales, real estate closings, property management, real estate office management, HOA and Condo Association management and real estate licensing issues.
Throughout his career, Rickey has provided legal counsel in health care, health care facility licensing through the Agency for Healthcare Administration ( AHCA), real estate, foreclosure defense, asset management, bankruptcy, and probate.
Rickey is a member of the Health Law section of the Florida bar, he is admitted to all state courts in Florida as well as the U.S. Federal District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Rickey has also served as adjunct professor at the Florida A&M University School of Allied Health Sciences, where he designs and teaches the online version of Health Law to students majoring in a variety of health professions.