President Donald Trump will nominate a longtime Republican Party official from South Florida to be ambassador to Costa Rica, the White House said Wednesday night.
Sharon Day currently serves as national committeewoman for the Broward County GOP, where she has been a key figure for more than 20 years.
Day was tapped last year to speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where she said Trump would be “a president who tells the truth.”
The White House also on Wednesday announced Trump would nominate Kelly Knight Craft of Kentucky to be ambassador to Canada.
Here is the White House announcement on Trump’s intent to nominate Day:
“Sharon Day of Florida to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Costa Rica. Ms. Sharon Day most recently served as co-chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), having been first elected in January 2011 and reelected in 2013 and 2015. She has served the Republican Party at the local, state, and national level for more than twenty years, with a focus on engaging and empowering women candidates and activists, as well as strengthening state parties and volunteerism. She is an active political columnist and commentator. Earlier in her career, she was the chief executive officer and vice president of Marketing of Stop Loss International, a general managing underwriter and reinsurance company, headquartered in Indianapolis. Ms. Day has also been active in community service, including as housing authority chair for the Broward County Housing Authority and as commissioner on the Florida Commission on the Status of Women.”