Destinie Baker Sutton
Rosalyn “Destinie” Baker Sutton is the founding shareholder of Destinie Law Firm, P.A., where she successfully pursues justice for victims of catastrophic personal injuries. She has secured over 10 million dollars in favorable resolutions for her clients. In her legal career, she has tried to verdict, approximately 100 trials.
Mrs. Sutton began her legal career as a Prosecutor for the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office. After over a decade at the State Attorney’s office, Mrs. Sutton represented the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners in State and Federal Court as an Assistant County Attorney.
Dedicated to making a difference in her law practice and the legal community, Mrs. Sutton currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. She also serves as the Legal Action and Policy Chairperson for the F. Malcolm Cunningham, Sr. Bar Association and the Chairperson of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Civil Court/Small Claims Seminar for their Annual Bench Bar Conference. She has previously served in many capacities including serving on the Board of Directors of Friends of Abused Children, Inc., and as a Judge with Palm Beach County’s Youth Court.
Dedicated to making a difference in her community, Mrs. Sutton currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts of America Gulf Stream Council, the Board of Directors for the Center For Family Services, as the Chairperson of the National Trends and Services Facet for the West Palm Beach Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. She also volunteers with Cub Scout Pack 116, feeds the homeless with CROS Ministries Mobile Food Pantry, enjoys speaking engagements, and fundraising efforts that provide scholarships to the children in this community. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
She attended Florida State University and the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She resides in West Palm Beach with her husband, a teacher, and young son.