Born in San Mateo, California, June12, 1952 I worked my way through 7 years of college, obtaining 3 teaching credentials, a bachelor’s in psychology, and a masters in education. I passed the Mensa exam.
I served as president, vice president and director of several health and charitable organizations. I helped coordinate medical care to impoverished areas of Mexico.
During my career, I taught English and other subjects from kindergarten through college, and later for adult immigrants to America.
I helped immigrants from 18 countries learn English and find employment. Because of the cut of government support in 2008 due to the Great Recession, I organized free classes for the immigrants to Central California. In recognition, I was made Honorary Man of the Year in 2011.
I am in my fifth year writing for the Negros Chronicle as a columnist.
My police records and teaching records are spotless.