I am a First Year Teacher here at Liberty High School in the Perris Union High School District, previously working as a Substitute Teacher for the Riverside Unified School District as well as the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Born in Mexico City, I moved to California in 1996. I attended Palomar Community College where I received an Associated Degree in Arts and Humanity, as well as an Associates in World Language in 2015. From there, I transferred to the University of California in Los Angeles to complete a Bachelors Degree in History with a Minor Degree in Study of Religion. I received my Single Subject Teaching credential through California Baptist University, where I am currently working towards my Masters in Education. I am excited to teach Spanish here at LHS in order to expand your students mind to the knowledge and wonders that is found in this great world we live in and create in them a sense of international citizenship where they can come to respect and admire a culture and community apart from their own.