Ana Gonzalez Bojorquez is an immigrant from Mexico. At age 17, who won First place in a district-wide essay contest from the Rialto Unified School District, celebrating the life of Cesar Chavez, receiving some remarkable and admirable awards, one given by the very famous Dolores Huerta, a Congressional Commendation award from the U.S. House of Representatives, a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Assembly, and other statewide and district awards. Ana earned her Associate Degrees from San Bernardino Valley College, both in Liberal Arts, one emphasizing in Social and Behavioral Science and another in Humanities. She works for Rialto Unified Schools as an Instructional Aide for Special Education, previously as an Intervention Specialist for English Learners. Ana is a single mom, a student at CSU San Bernardino, and an activist for the education of minorities, special education students and the homeless. Educating our youth and parents plus creating after school tutoring programs and activities is her desire. Helping our homeless is also a must. Ana’s objective is to strive for EDUCATION, EQUALITY, MOTIVATION, and PROSPERITY for ALL! She believes everyone has the power to succeed in whatever they aspire. There are no excuses!