Encinas earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Arizona State University in 2014 . He has professional experience working in multiple industries including retail and banking. Previously, he has worked in customer service and sales for Marriott Hotels and as a representative for Desert Schools Federal Credit Union . Currently, Encinas is a manager of an Immigration Consulting Firm and Real Estate business .
Encinas supports increasing funding for public school districts, creating partnerships to attract quality staff, and increasing equity in schools by focusing on helping underprivileged students .
Encinas supports increasing funding for public school districts, creating partnerships to attract quality staff, and increasing equity in schools by focusing on helping underprivileged students. 
Encinas believes in maintaining a high “quality of life” for residents of Chandler by promoting newer infrastructure and facilities to provide amenities for all individuals living there .
Encinas wants to prioritize affordable housing and rent in Chandler neighborhoods to combat an increase in homelessness . He would like to use grants to create programs that help people with housing and financial stability. He also wants to invest in communities so people can enhance and retain their property .
Encinas wants to increase transparency on development initiatives and involve residents in issues that concern them. He would like to include the public in city decision making to build a strong community and increase trust in the government .
Encinas prioritizes passing a Non-Discrimination Ordinance (NDO) to protect the diverse communities that reside in Chandler .
Encinas wants to focus on sustainability efforts, promote more resource conservation initiatives, and prioritize sustainable development in Chandler. He also wants to increase community outreach and education on water conservation methods .
United Phoenix Firefighters (UPFF); Arizona Police Association; Chandler Chamber of Commerce; Jennifer Palik, State House Representative; Cesar Chavez, State House Representative; Corey Woods, Tempe Mayor; OD Harris, Chandler Councilmember; Berdetta Hodge, School Board Member; Jennifer Adams, Tempe Councilmember