Campaign links: Brianna Hinojosa-Flores (D-TX-6)
Brianna Hinojosa-Flores Congressional Candidate Texas District 6
Biography of Brianna Hinojosa-Flores from Hinojosa-Flores for Congress
Experienced, knowledgeable, and community-oriented, Brianna Hinojosa-Flores represents the growing influence of women in politics, and she is a strong voice for the next generation of diverse leadership in Texas. Brianna is enthusiastic about the opportunity to use her professional and personal experiences as an engineer, a lawyer, and a mother to represent the 6th Congressional District of Texas in Washington, D.C.
With a degree in electrical engineering and over 14 years of professional experience in the area of intellectual property law, Brianna Hinojosa-Flores understands how things work. Since 2005, Brianna has utilized her extensive private sector experience in the public sector as a member of the Coppell City Council, where she has focused on local economic development and job creation. In her seven years as an elected city official, Brianna has worked to cultivate a business environment that is fertile for the growth of both existing and new small businesses, and to ensure fiscal responsibility in the current economic climate.
Brianna earned a B.S. in Engineering from Trinity University in San Antonio, a J.D. from St Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington. Brianna is passionate about education and strives to be an advocate for students everywhere. She believes that all students should have access to higher education and seeks to create educational opportunities that prepare students to be competitive in today’s global market.
Brianna is a popular public figure and has been twice re-elected by her constituents. As a mother of two, Brianna seeks to promote the Health and Wellness of all citizens, especially children. Brianna was instrumental in the City of Coppell joining Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign, and she has worked to create partnerships between local businesses and community organizations to guarantee that healthy options exist for all Texans. Brianna has also collaborated with school districts in the adoption and implementation of anti-bullying programs, and she has been an advocate for early childhood intervention.
In 2005, Brianna Hinojosa-Flores was the first Hispanic woman elected to the Coppell City Council; and in 2012, Brianna hopes to become the first Hispanic woman to represent Texas in the U.S. Congress.