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Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia to Alexandra and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children.[5] She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent.[6] Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School and had a passion for musical theatre, appearing in student productions of Annie where she played Annie, Grease where she played Sandy Olsson, and The Wiz where she played Dorothy Gale.[7][8] Her parents and stepparents were teachers, so Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option.[8][9] She applied to music-related programs, including those at Capilano University and the University of British Columbia, but on the advice of her high school drama teacher, she auditioned for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia and was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program in 2004.[9][10]

R.D. began his professional career as a middle school math teacher in West Philadelphia while earning his teaching certification at The University of Pennsylvania. He is a native Texan and holds a B.S. in Interpersonal Communications from The University of Texas at Austin. R.D. is a graduate of the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Leaders Program and an inaugural Pahara-Aspen NextGen Fellow. He also serves as a board member for oneTILT. As a proud Mexican and first-generation college graduate, R.D. is passionate about supporting an inclusive community of Latino leaders from diverse backgrounds.

Aixa Borrero-Sanchez moved from Puerto Rico to Boston, MA to pursue a career in speech-language pathology at Boston University after studying special education at the University of Puerto Rico. Language acquisition, second language learning, assessment and working with students with disabilities have been her passion. Her experience encompasses clinical, hospital and school settings with children ages 0-21 years. As a bilingual/bicultural educator, she has been part of various appointed Task Forces that focus on English Language Learners who have disabilities. She has been an Adjunct Professor for Lesley University and a member of the Massachusetts Board of registration for Speech-Language Pathology-Audiology. She has worked in Boston Public Schools since 1993 as a bilingual speech-language pathologist and supervisor. Currently, she is the Assistant Director for Related Services in the Office of Special Education.

Judith Rodriguez began her career in education as a paraprofessional while attending college. After graduating from University of Houston-Downtown, she served as a bilingual classroom teacher for the first ten years of her career. Judith decided to return to school and obtain a graduate degree in dual language and bilingual education from University of St. Thomas so that she could best meet the needs of her students. After completing her graduate degree, she was inspired to share her passion for teaching with her colleagues and became and instructional coach. Judith is currently serving teachers and students as a curriculum and instruction specialist. She absolutely loves being a teacher of teachers as well as working with passionate educators who want to master their craft. Outside of work, Judith likes to spend quality time with her husband and their two sons. She enjoys going on bike rides with them and reading picture books. Her favorite picture book is Dreamers/Soñadores by Yuyi Morales.

Lourdes was born and raised in San Antonio, TX and is a first generation Mexican-American college graduate. She graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) in 2010, with a B.A. in Psychology. After graduating, she started her journey in Teach For America and moved to Houston where she taught elementary and middle school science, served as a teacher leader, and obtained her M.Ed. with an emphasis on Behavior Analysis. While teaching, Lourdes noticed a need and developed a passion for restructuring discipline frameworks within schools to better support learners struggling with maladaptive behaviors. She currently works as a Teacher Behavior Specialist for the Houston Independent School District where she coaches teachers and school leaders in implementing behavioral interventions and providing safe spaces for learners.

Justin Vigil grew up in Houston, TX and graduated from Texas A&M University as a first-generation college student. After graduation from college, he became the Homeless Program Coordinator at Prevent Blindness Texas ensuring homeless individuals in Houston had access to eye exams and glasses to better their lives. Justin has a passion for educational equity to ensure students from underserved communities have access to get the education they deserve and guidance they need to live choice filled lives. Justin leads so students and families see someone who looks like him be successful every day. Justin has spent over a decade working in education at YES Prep Public Schools. Justin has led as a Registrar, Director of Campus Operations, Director of School Operations and mostly recently as the Managing Director of School Operations. Justin has a passion for ensuring that operational systems ensure excellence for schools and districts to increase student achievement outcomes. Next month, Justin will join the KIPP Colorado team as the inaugural Chief of Staff to work with the CEO and Executive Team to advance KIPP Colorado in their next phase of strategy and growth.

As an Associate Program Director for Raising A Reader Massachusetts (RAR-MA), Tasha Espéndez enjoys exchanging with families interactive storytelling practices to develop early literacy skills for kindergarten readiness. Prior to RAR-MA, Tasha was employed as a Project Manager for a retail loss prevention company. Tasha brings to the Latino Board Fellowship, years of cumulative experience in project/portfolio management, early literacy development, customer service, and community organizing. The foundation of college preparation from Upward Bound, Communication and Culture from Clark University and Transforming communities from American University and volunteering for Lawrence Communityworks led to an overall passion for social change with a focus of empowering families, promoting values based HR practices in the workforce and connecting neighbors in under-resourced communities. Some of her education related titles include Qniversity Fellow, Neighbor Circles Facilitation Trainer, ESL Adult Education Instructor, 3rd-5th grade Special Ed Paraprofessional, College Spanish Tutor and TRIO Youth Leader. Through her efforts with RAR-MA initiatives in the communities of Merrimack Valley, she was awarded by local congress the 2017 Unsung Heroine of Massachusetts Award and more recently she was one of the recipients from the Instituto Cultural de Puerto Rico Inc., of the 2021 Puerto Rican Pride Excellence Award. Tasha is excited to learn with her LBF peers on how to be an effective agent for change and to put in practice the learnings to elevate and increase retention of Latinx voices in educational leadership roles.

Isabella Maldonado was born in New York City and raised in Brentwood, New York. Isabella is a first-generation college graduate and is passionate about improving educational outcomes in underserved communities. Isabella currently works for the Texas Education Agency as a Project Specialist, supporting district leaders in improving student outcomes across the state of Texas. She began her teaching career in Baltimore City Public Schools, and over the course of 15 years taught middle and high school Spanish in public, charter, and independent schools in Maryland, New York, and Texas. Motivated to extend her impact, Isabella began taking on leadership roles, including Technology Coach, Department Chair, Curriculum Coordinator, Instructional Coach, and DEIA and Hiring Committee Member before moving fully out of the classroom to work on teacher development and evaluation for YES Prep, KIPP Texas, and Southwest Schools. She was also an Adjunct Instructor for the Johns Hopkins University School of Education Master of Science in Education program. Isabella received her BA in Psychology and Spanish from Johns Hopkins University, and her MA in Teaching from Stony Brook University. Isabella applied to the Latinos for Education Board Fellowship because there are not enough people making decisions in education who share a culture, language, and identity with the communities they serve. She wants to help ensure that decisions are made with stakeholders, not for them. Outside of work, Isabella is a Zumba Instructor, loves to travel, and has a very inquisitive toddler. Isabella and her family live in the Houston area.

She is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrant parents and has dedicated her career to education. Prior to joining Latinos for Education, Elvira was the Program Director for Secondary Science & Health in Galena Park ISD. She has served in various roles in public school districts in the Houston area, including Senior Manager of Design, Media, & Online Learning, Senior Education Technologist, Instructional Specialist, & Science Teacher. Elvira has a passion for developing people and designing systems that foster equitable education pathways for all children.


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