The Florida Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund is the state chapter of the left-of-center U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG). The Florida PIRG Education Fund conducts research and public education campaigns primarily in support of left-leaning environmentalist policies, like eliminating the use of conventional energy sources and moving entirely to environmentalist energy sources like wind and solar power.  
Florida PIRG Education Fund’s activism has promoted left-of-center environmentalist policies. The Fund has published reports with recommendations including banning all single-use plastics and transitioning all homes to environmentalist energy sources .   The organization has also sought for the United States to transition to a so-called “circular economy,” mandating recycling and composting in order to reduce waste and placing the burden for creating this new system on manufacturers by forcing them to build longer-lasting products. 
Jennifer Rubiello was listed as the principal officer of the Florida PIRG Education Fund on the organization’s 2019 tax filings.  Rubiello is currently the Florida deputy state director of the left-leaning America Votes. Prior to joining America Votes, Rubiello worked as state director of Environment Florida, a left-of-center environmentalist organization which sought to ban all Styrofoam takeout containers and transition the United States entirely to environmentalist energy sources.    Rubiello has also worked as canvassing director at Work for Progress, a left-of-center organization associated with the Public Interest Network (PIN), and at Green Corps, an environmentalist activism training organization.   
The extent of Rubiello’s involvement with the Fund is unclear. She is not listed as a staff member on the Florida PIRG Education Fund website, which only lists national PIRG officials and does not specify Florida PIRG Education Fund staff.