Cincere El Líder

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The Voice of the Puerto Rican People in Florida. THE place for a deeper look into the Puerto Rican experience in the Sunshine State!

About the Author

Cincere was born on November 14, 1991 as the son of a navy sailor and a strong mother. Cincere participated in the Dual Enrollment program at Polk State College before graduating high school in 2010. Afterward, Cincere obtained his Associate of Arts from Valencia College in 2011. Cincere then graduated, Honors in the Major, with his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in 2014 (majored in Legal Studies). Next, Cincere obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Florida International University College of Law in May of this year.

Cincere is the former Florida Regional President of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Law Student Division. Additionally, Cincere is a member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association and Misíon Boricua. He is also the Vice President of Communications for PROFESA, a group composed of Puerto Rican professionals in South Florida. Cincere is also a Board Member of the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association. Cincere is a first-generation college and law school graduate. Cincere started a student organization in UCF to help Latinos who wanted to go to law school. Cincere wrote a thesis at UCF. Cincere has worked at two law firms, earned 200 pro bono hours a judge and worked at a prosecutor’s office. With this experience, Cincere hopes to start his life on the right track.
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The Voice of the Puerto Rican People in Florida. THE place for a deeper look into the Puerto Rican experience in the Sunshine State!

About the Author

Cincere was born on November 14, 1991 as the son of a navy sailor and a strong mother. Cincere participated in the Dual Enrollment program at Polk State College before graduating high school in 2010. Afterward, Cincere obtained his Associate of Arts from Valencia College in 2011. Cincere then graduated, Honors in the Major, with his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in 2014 (majored in Legal Studies). Next, Cincere obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Florida International University College of Law in May of this year.

Cincere is the former Florida Regional President of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Law Student Division. Additionally, Cincere is a member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association and Misíon Boricua. He is also the Vice President of Communications for PROFESA, a group composed of Puerto Rican professionals in South Florida. Cincere is also a Board Member of the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association. Cincere is a first-generation college and law school graduate. Cincere started a student organization in UCF to help Latinos who wanted to go to law school. Cincere wrote a thesis at UCF. Cincere has worked at two law firms, earned 200 pro bono hours a judge and worked at a prosecutor’s office. With this experience, Cincere hopes to start his life on the right track.

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