Patricia Trejo

Patricia Trejo

Program Planner for Hispanic/Latino Studies at Palm Beach County Schools in Florida

Brief Biography

Patricia Trejo is a Mexican American from an immigrant, migrant farm-worker family of eight. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a Minor in Mass Communications from The University of Florida. Her Master’s Degree is in Educational Leadership, and she is currently a Doctoral student at Nova Southeastern University.

Mrs. Trejo has been a servant leader in public education for 24 years, serving as a teacher, learning team facilitator, assistant principal and principal. She has worked in Polk, Broward, and Palm Beach counties in Florida at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She currently serves as program planner for Hispanic/Latino Studies in Palm Beach, where she helps to infuse Latino history and culture into the curriculum and instruction.

Currently, she serves as the president for the Florida Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents, a graduate of the ALAS Superintendents Leadership Academy (Cohort X), and Co-Facilitator for the National ALAS Linking Latina Leaders Network (L3).

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