Hershley Ogé is a litigation attorney at USAA practicing Insurance Defense. Prior to that, Ms. Ogé she served as In-House Counsel to GEICO General Insurance Company for over six years.

She is of Haitian descent and was raised in Pompano Beach, Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies with a Minor in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. She went on to attend Florida’s First Law School, Stetson University, College of Law. While in law school Ms. Ogé worked as a Certified Legal Intern with the Office of the Public Defender in the 6th Judicial Circuit where she represented children within the Crossover Dependency and Delinquency court. After being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2013, she then worked at the Office of the Public Defender in the 9th Judicial Circuit where she was able to assist thousands of indigent clients. She assisted and handled a large variety of cases ranging from Petty thief, battery, DUIs, high profile, and attempted murder. Ms. Ogé has tried approximately 30 trials ranging from civil jury trials, civil bench trials, criminal jury trials, and criminal bench trials.

She’s also very committed to her community. She is the membership chair of the Florida Association of Female Lawyers (PBC) and received their 2020 Most Outstanding Young Lawyer Award. She currently serves on the Florida Bar’s 15th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee. She was selected by Legacy Magazine as one of South Florida’s 40 Under 40: Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow in 2020. She was the 2021 Palm Beach Bar Association Bench Bar Co-Chair of the Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Sessions. She is the co-chair of the Palm Beach Bar Association Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Committee. Currently she a member of Zeta Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She is a mentor to the Precious Pearl Middle School Youth Group, and the Big Sister of a 15-year-old for Big Brothers Big Sisters program. And she served as the 2020-2021 President of F. Malcolm Cunningham Sr. Bar Association. Under her leadership FMCBA was award Chapter of the Year by the Virgil Hawkins Chapter of the National Bar Association. She currently also serves as chair to PBC FAWL’s Membership Committee.