Don’t miss Personhood FL’s Volunteer Conference Call on Tuesday, February 23rd at 8:00 PM, where you will hear unique insight from State Representative Carlos Trujillo on current developments with critical pro-life bills now in session, and how you can help to support the fight to end legalized abortion! Register for Personhood FL’s February volunteer call here.
You’ll also learn how you can help Personhood Florida restore the culture of life. Personhood Florida President, Pastor Bryan Longworth, and Volunteer Director, David Borrero will share about the many ways you can help Personhood FL work toward the day when all humans, born and preborn, will be protected.
Representative Carlos Trujillo’s Bio
Representative Carlos Trujillo has served in the Florida legislature since 2010 and has supported meaningful legislation to protect the lives of unborn children. Most recently he sponsored House Bill 233 where abortion clinics in Florida would be held to the same or more stringent licensing standards as surgical centers, including staffing levels and building construction requirements. His service includes working as Chair of the Criminal Justice Subcommittee, as well as serving on the Business & Professions Subcommittee, Children, Families & Seniors Subcommittee, Judiciary Committee, Justice Appropriations Subcommittee, and the Select Committee on Redistricting.
Carlos was an Assistant State Attorney for the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida, where he was responsible for felony prosecution from 2007-2011. Previously, Carlos was a training attorney in the County Court Division, and also served in the Juvenile Court Division. Carlos received his law degree from Florida State University. While attending law school he served in the Child Advocacy Clinic where he represented children in juvenile delinquency, social security disability, and special education matters. In recognition of his dedication to public service, Carlos was awarded a Pro Bono Certificate upon graduation from law school, and was also awarded the American Conservative Union’s Defender of Liberty Award in 2011.
Carlos is a member of the Florida Bar, the Cuban American Bar Association, the League of Prosecutors, the Florida Bar’s Student Education and Admission to the Bar Committee.
Carlos is married to Carmen Maria Mir. Together they have three children, and are expecting a fourth child soon!