Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Negron-Almodovar obtained a master’s degree in education, a juris doctor, and is a licensed attorney in the Island.

In 2015, he moved from Yauco, Puerto Rico, to Orlando, Florida. During his first year in Florida, he taught English to adults and became involved in civic engagement efforts to register new voters. Negron-Almodovar has worked to empower LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities, focusing on advocacy in support of Hurricane Maria survivors, language access, commonsense gun legislation, and the protection of voting rights. He also obtained a master’s degree in nonprofit management and helped launch the community organization “Del Ambiente,” which is an effort led by LGBTQ+ Puerto Ricans to build up the LGBTQ+ Puerto Rican community in Florida.