Rojelio Leopoldo Viramontez
Rojelio Viramontez is passionate about helping youth be the best they can be. He is a skillful educator, dancer and speaker and has shared a message of hope, perseverance, dedication and success to hundreds of educators, and students across the nation. Through his life experience, education, and dance career, Rojelio developed a unique music and dance program that expands from the social emotional to multicultural focuses in the areas of International Ballroom, Latin, Swing, Country Western, and Folk. This program has been successfully implemented in over 15 states with some of the largest school districts including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, San Antonio, and Miami to some of the smallest districts in America.
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Miguel Castillo is a former immigrant and migrant who came to the United States with his family in 1980. Between 1980 and 1991 he traveled with his parents to Nebraska, Ohio, Michigan, and Florida to work on the fields. Miguel and his siblings learned early on from their father that education was the key to success. Miguel, a former CAMP recipient, went on to earn his Bachelor and Masters degrees and become a teacher and administrator in Texas school systems. He is currently an Executive Director of Elementary Schools in Austin ISD,
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