Matt Roepstorff was born in Fort Myers, grew up on Sanibel Island and is a graduate of Bishop Verot High School. He began his legal career as an assistant state attorney for the 20th Judicial Circuit before entering private practice in 2015. He is currently of counsel at GrayRobinson P.A., where he focuses his practice in business and corporate law. And when not practicing law, he is likely doing volunteer work.

“I am passionate about giving back to the community. I’m proud to volunteer my time with several local nonprofit organizations,” he says. “I serve on the board of directors for the Horizon Foundation, Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida, Lee Building Industry Association, Rotary Club of Fort Myers and Bishop Verot High School.”

Roepstorff has been named by the Florida Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in Business & Corporate Law from 2019-2021. He was also 2020 president of the Lee County Bar Association and currently serves as immediate past president.

What are your future aspirations?

To be the first person in mind when people need intelligent, trusted and accountable advice and leadership. I want to be an example to my family that, if you put others ahead of yourself, you can have a profound impact on your community and world.