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|Elizabeth began her career as a paraprofessional. After graduation from California State University at Fullerton, she was a bilingual elementary teacher in Corona and later an adjunct professor of Education at California State University, Los Angeles. An exceptional business woman who earned her MBA under Peter Drucker at the Claremont Graduate School while raising 5 children. In October of 2008 she was awarded the homenaje a la mujer for her contributions to the education of English Learners by the Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE).
"Throughout my life, people have told me that I don't really look like I speak Spanish," Elizabeth says, pointing out one of the expectations regarding bilingualism in the United States that motivates her.