Vance Aloupis

Vance Aloupis


Vance Aloupis is CEO of The Children’s Movement of Florida and served four years in the Florida Legislature as Representative for District 115. As a legislator, Vance served as the Chairman of the Early Learning and Elementary Education Subcommittee. He has spoken across the country on issues specific to the first five years in children’s lives and is an important face in the conversation around early childhood investment.

Prior to joining The Children’s Movement, Vance worked as both a civil litigator and with the Legal Services of Greater Miami’s Homeless Project. A former Student Body President at the University of Miami, student trustee on the UM Board of Trustees, and a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Vance was the Judge Peter Palermo Fellow in the University of Miami Center for Ethics and Public Service’s Street Law program creating and teaching curricula for and in juvenile detention centers in South Florida.

In 2014, Vance was honored by The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida as the Young Floridian of the Year. And, in 2016, Vance was honored with the Emerging Leader Award from Florida International University’s Center for Leadership, the Ruth Shack Leadership Award from The Miami Foundation, and one of three “next generation” visionaries by The Miami Herald. He and his wife, Mariella, have three daughters (Isabella, Aria and Olivia) and live in Miami, Florida.

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