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Sheryl C. Maxsom, Ph.D.

Title: Founder, Sole Proprietor
Company: Desert Springs Educational Consulting
Location: El Paso, TX United States

Sheryl Maxsom has spent more than 25 years in the field of education, first as a teacher and then as an elementary school principal. 318 more words

Educational Administration

El Chingon of the Week

Photo of Charro Saddle in Bandera, Texas by Robert G. Gomez

Robert G. Gomez, photographer and Texan, finds honesty through his camera’s lens. With his Texas Culture series, Gomez allows us to look deeper into the multifaceted Hispanic community living in Texas and discover how cultural tradition and the illustrious past mingle in our everyday lives today. 68 more words


The Love of Languages! Accurate Body Language Interviews Multilingual Angie Martell, Esq.

The LOVE of Languages!

Knowing five languages (i.e., body language, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and American Sign Language) is an important competitive advantage for Angie Martell, Attorney and Mediator at Iglesia Martell Law Firm PLLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1,065 more words

Janette Ghedotte

Creative Designs: Cultural Pride via Sisters of Color United for Education


I created an instructional video for Sisters of Color United for Education (SOCUE), which is the oldest promotora in Colorado. Promotera, in the SOCUE context, means an educational program. 1,168 more words


Dia De Los Muertos

On October 31st through November 2nd is one of the most historical event in Hispanic cultural Dia De Los Muertos in Spanish meaning Day of the Dead. 103 more words


Seattle Celebrates Dia de los Muertos!

Face-painted young senorita creates a swirl of motion and color at Seattle, Washington’s Dia de los Muertos fiesta, which happened at Seattle Center on October 31, 2015. 484 more words

Mexican Culture