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Leslie Rivera was born in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Her family is from Cayey, Puerto Rico and that is where she goes when she visits the beautiful island. Early in Leslie’s childhood her parents sought a better life for her and her two sisters and moved to Rochester the place Leslie calls home. Leslie attended Rochester City Schools and upon graduating from the Teaching and Learning Institute at East High School, Leslie, pursued her undergraduate degree at SUNY Geneseo. Leslie received a Bachelors of Education in Childhood Education grades 1-6. In 2011, Leslie received her Master’s Degree from SUNY Brockport. Leslie continued to pursue her aspirations professionally and completed an Advanced Certificate in School and District Leadership at the University of Rochester in 2014. Her passion has always been to educate children in an urban setting. After graduation from Geneseo she knew the only place she’d be able to achieve that was in the same district that provided her, her education. She began her career teaching in the bilingual program at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School No. 9. Leslie taught for 9 years bilingual students at different levels of language development in grade levels 3-6. After a few years of teaching Leslie realized that her passion went beyond teaching but about providing children an equitable education with programs that allow them to be successful. Currently, Leslie works as the Vice Principal of Special Programs at East under the University of Rochester’s EPO. While providing children an education and participating in events that promote the success of students and their families has been her passion, another of her passions has been involving herself in her community. Leslie began giving back to the community by volunteering at the Puerto Rican Festival. Though she felt that was a great opportunity to give back to the community she felt she could do more. Leslie became a board member of the Puerto Rican Festival in 2008. During her time on the board of directors Leslie has served as Secretary, Vendor Coordinator and currently Vice President. Leslie continues to thrive and grow in her involvement in the community serving in 2014 as a Monroe County Legislator of the 29th District.
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