Marisol Rerucha

Marisol Quevedo Rerucha is a passionate mother of women, Chicana, educational leader, creator, writer, and advocate. She lives in San Diego, California where she and her husband Daniel raised their three daughters (Camerina, Emilia, and Sophia) and first held their granddaughter (Isabella Luna). Marisol was a middle and high school English teacher, an elementary school assistant principal and principal, an alternative charter high school director, and leads the career technical education and career readiness programs for youth in juvenile court and community schools. She also serves as an inter-State Board Member for a charter high school system in Colorado focused on personalized learning, and on the UNIDOS US National Institute for Latino School Leaders Alumni Council.

Posts by Marisol:

Meet Leticia Cazares, a Chula Vista Warrior and Social Justice Advocate, Candidate for Southwestern College Governing Board

I absolutely love this photo of Leticia Cazares. She stands tall, but relaxed. Her smile is bright, and there isRead More…

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Speak Their Names-How Montgomery Reignited My Commitment to Education Activism

Our mothers. Our husbands. Our daughters. Our sons. Our brothers. Our sisters. Our people. Stolen.Terrorized. Beaten. Maimed. Imprisoned. Raped. Tortured.Read More…

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Luchador Profile: Dr. Jose Manuel Villarreal, Educational Leader and Champion for Low Income Students

Dr. José Manuel Villareal was raised in Blythe, California in a family of farmworkers. Blythe, an agricultural area in RiversideRead More…

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