Elected to the Florida House in 2010, Frank Artiles has a long track record of community service building consensus around job creation, education, and building stronger communities.
Artiles was raised in Miami-Dade County and attended local public schools, including Miami Dade College. He earned a BS from Florida State University and a law degree from St. Thomas University. He also holds a masters of law degree in real property development (LL.M) from UM, and served in the US. Marine Corps.
Honors include: Legislator of the Year presented by VFW Post 10212, American Legion Post 346, VVA Chapter 620 & CAVA (2016); Champion of Economic Freedom presented by Americans for Prosperity (2015) in recognition of his A+ rating during the 2014 Legislative Session; Distinguished Alumni Award presented by Independent Colleges & Universities of Florida (2015); Champion for the Elderly Award presented Florida Health Care Association (2014); and Community Champion presented by the Department of Children & Families (2013).
The Artiles’ family founded Angel Share in 2008 to help underprivileged families and empower young children to learn the importance “giving back” to those less fortunate.
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