Born and raised in Hialeah, Avila attended Miami Springs Senior High and Miami Dade College where he served as president of the Wolfson Campus Student Government Association, 2003-04. He earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Miami, and received a master of science in criminal justice and master of public administration in 2010 from Florida International University.
Avila was elected Republican Party of Miami-Dade County committeeman for District 14 in 2012, and then served as vice-chairman in 2013. Avila was elected in 2014 to serve in the Florida House of Representatives.
He also serves as an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College. Active with the City of Hialeah municipal government, he serves as both a member of the planning & zoning board and is a scholarship board member, which provides educational opportunities to at-risk youth.
Avila is a strong advocate of conservative principles, smaller government, and economic freedom. He is a champion for lower taxes, fiscal responsibility, and conservative family values.
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