Senator Flavio Bravo was elected to the Arizona State Legislature in November 2022 and represents the 26th legislative district that includes Phoenix and Glendale within Maricopa County.
A fifth-generation Arizonan, born and raised in the 26th district, Flavio has worked continuously to serve his community as an educator, leader, and an advocate for causes advancing the quality of life in his community. He currently serves on
the Board of Directors for Central Arizona Shelter Services, Open Hearts Family Wellness, and the Kino Border Initiative. Prior to the State Senate, Flavio served in the State House and sat on the Government and Regulatory Affairs Committees.
For Flavio, education has always been a priority. A proud first-generation college graduate, Flavio received a Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University Chicago in Political Science & Philosophy. After receiving his Master’s degree in Migration
Studies from the University of San Francisco, Flavio served as a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Graduate Fellow in Washington, D.C. In this role, Flavio focused on housing and economic policy for Arizona's seventh congressional district.
Flavio is an alumni of Valle del Sol's Hispanic Leadership Institute and was recognized as a 30 Under 30 Alumni from the University of San Francisco in 2021. Flavio also works as the Program Director for Cavco Industries, Inc.’s Homes for Our Own
program where he helps first-time homebuyers navigate the homebuying process.