Juan Zapata

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State House (Florida 119)

Family: Single

Born: 12/09/1966 Lima, Peru

Home: Miami, Florida

Religion: Catholic

Education: BS, Business Administration, Florida International University, 1994 AA, Miami Dade Community College, 1990

Profession: Founder/President, Columbian American Service Association, 1994-present Owner, Greenback Investments, 1985-present

Political: Representative, Florida State House of Representatives, 2002-present Delegate Presidency III, Republican Party of Florida

Congressional Membership: Vice Chair, Labor and Economic Development Committee, National Council of State Legislators, present Member, Miami-Dade Planning Advisory Board, 1998-present Chairman, Florida Hispanic Legislative Caucus, 2005-2007 Board Member, Miami-Dade Planning Advisory Board, 2000-2002 Member, Miami-Dade County Equal Opportunity Board, 1993-1996 Member, City of Miami Youth Advisory Council Chair, West Kendall Municipal Advisory Board

Organization Membership: Member, Executive Committee for National Hispanic Council of State Legislators, present Member, Florida International University Alumni Association, present Member, Friends of the Library, present Member, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, present Member, Historical Association of South Florida, present Member, Leadership Miami, present Member, National Association of Latino Elected Officials, present Vice Chair, National Conference of Hispanic Legislators, present Board Member, Protect America's Children, present Board Member, Spanish American League Against Discrimination, present Board Member, Kendall Federation Homeowners Association, 1998-present Founder/Board Chair, Columbian American Service Association, 1994-present Founding Board Member, Young Men's Christian Association West Kendall Branch, 1997-1999 Chair/Treasurer, West Kendall Community Council


Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations

Health Care Services Policy

Health and Family Services Policy Council

Human Services Appropriations

Intergovernmental Relations

Policy Council

Select Committee on Seminole Indian Compact Review


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