Marisol Quevedo Rerucha was born and raised in San Diego, California where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in English at San Diego State University (SDSU) in 1998. She taught Middle School then High School while earning her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, and Administrative Credential, at SDSU. Marisol was an Elementary school Assistant Principal and Principal, before becoming the Principal/Director of an alternative charter high school. Marisol currently leads Career Readiness/Career Technical Education as a district administrator serving students in the juvenile court schools and community schools. As a Fellow and Master Fellow with Unidos US (formerly National Council of La Raza), Marisol advocates for our most vulnerable and under-resourced student population on a local and national level. Marisol is committed to serving at-risk youth and serves as an inter-State Board Member for a charter high school system in Colorado focused on personalized learning. Marisol lives in San Diego, California with her husband Daniel with whom she has three daughters (Camerina, Emilia and Sophia) and one amazing grand-daughter (Isabella Luna).