Vance Aloupis, CEO of The Children’s Movement of Florida, has filed to run in 2018 for State Representative as a Republican in House District 115. The current state legislator for HD 115 is Rep. Michael Bileca, who will be term-limited.
“For the past seven years, I’ve traveled throughout every part of Florida to bring attention to our state’s most valuable natural resource — our children,” said Aloupis. “It’s with that continued commitment to education and opportunity for all — founded within a steadfast determination to serve both my district and our state — that I proudly announce my candidacy for the Florida House.”
Aloupis, 33, practiced law for several years after graduating from the University of Miami and the University Miami School of Law. He quickly realized his passion for public service and recognized Florida’s need for education and public policy reform. In 2010, he joined The Children’s Movement, one of the state’s most significant early childhood organizations, where he now serves as the CEO. Through his leadership, Aloupis has built support for smart investments in early education and common sense policies that will ensure a competitive workforce in Florida.
“As we eagerly anticipate the 2018 election, I look forward to meeting with the voters in District 115 and discussing our community’s priorities so I can best represent them in Tallahassee,” Aloupis added.
Aloupis lives in Miami with his wife, Mariella, and their two daughters Isabella (5) and Aria (3).