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Central QMC Region 2024-04-05T13:24:32-06:00

Asha Hernandez
QMC Team Lead

Schedule Support Session

Central (ABQ) Community Schools

Pajarito Elementary School
Rudolfo Anaya Elementary School
Solare Collegiate Charter School
Carlos Rey Elementary School
Truman Middle School
Mary Ann Binford Elementary School
Helen Cordero Elementary School
Edward Gonzales Elementary School
Albuquerque Bilingual Academy
Rio Grande Academy of Fine Arts
Atrisco Elementary School
Albuquerque Collegiate Charter School
Matheson Park Elementary School
Bel-Air Elementary School
McKinley Middle School
Governor Bent Elementary School
Del Norte High School
Native American Community Academy
Duranes Elementary School
Garfield Middle School
Mountain Mahogany Community School
William W. & Josephine Dorn Charter Community School
Eugene Field Elementary School
Amy Biehl Charter High School
Siembra Leadership High School
Lew Wallace Elementary School
Albuquerque Sign Language Academy
Ace Leadership High School
Reginald Chavez Elementary School
McKinley Middle School
Health Leadership High School
Kirtland Elementary School
Whittier Elementary School
Van Buren Middle School
Technology Leadership High School
Los Ranchos Elementary School
Alamosa Elementary School
Mark Armijo Charter School
Lavaland Elementary School
East San Jose Elementary School
Apache Elementary School
Bellehaven Elementary School
Alameda Elementary School
Inez Elementary School

Asha is a Spanish-English bilingual borderlands educator with a passion for arts-based learning and a strong faith in the praxis and practice of Asset-Based Community Development. She holds an MA from UNM in Art Education with TESOL certification, and completed her BA in Anthropology at Penn State University. A lifelong learner, she has also studied at the Universidad Iberoamericana in México, and has a great love for Mesoamerican archeology. In 2002, Asha began her journey towards promoting positive educational outcomes as a test prep tutor serving fellow undergrads. Since then, she has worked as a community organizer, community educator, community advocate, and pro bono legal program coordinator. She spent years crossing the US-México border for work while living in Ciudad Juárez, and has worked in México, Guatemala, and Spain. Over the years, Asha has been honored to be able to work as a community educator at La Mesa Elementary as part of the innovative TECLA Teacher Education Collaborative program, as a Community Schools Coordinator in Sierra County, and as a Family Engagement Liaison for Gadsden Independent School District.

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