Christian R. Cámara is a senior fellow and a co-founder of the R Street Institute. His work focuses on insurance and alcohol reform in Florida.
In recent years, Christian worked extensively to promote proposals that would reform Florida’s personal injury protection auto insurance system, shrink the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund and reduce the size of Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
He previously was Florida director of the Heartland Institute’s Center on Finance, Insurance and Real Estate. Earlier in his career, Christian worked in the Florida House of Representatives as a legislative analyst for the Committee on State Affairs and as a legislative aide to the chairman of the Pre-K through 12th Grade Policy Committee.
Before his legislative work, he was a field coordinator for the Republican Party of Florida, and held positions on local government advisory boards and grassroots organizations.
Cámara earned his degree in political science and international relations from Florida International University.