Me mudé hasta Evergreen, CO hace casi un año. Allí vivo con mi hija de 7 años (Natalia) y my esposo Boricua (Alejandro). Ahora trabajo en Denver con el Departmento de Rédito.
Last year I moved to Evergreen with my 7-year-old daughter (Natalia) and husband (Alex). I am currently working at the Department of Revenue in downtown Denver.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Me encantaría encontrar tabajo en una ONG aquí en Denver. He trabajado mucho educando a niños (años 4-12) y con indigentes pordioseros en Washington, DC.
I would love to work at an NGO or Non-Profit Organization here in Denver. In Wasington, I worked extensively in education with children (ages 4-12) and with the poverty-stricken homeless population.
what languages do you speak?
English, Español, Français, y un poquito de Russo y Vasco/Euskera
what countries have you lived in?
U.S., Spain, Sri Lanka
what's your Hispanic connection?
La familia de mi madre vino del País Vasco en España en los años 20. Mi esposo es Puerto Riqueño con madre Cubana y padre Mexicano. Crecí en el barrio en Washington, DC con amigos y maestras Súdamericanos, pero las tradiciones de casa fueron puras Españolas.
My mother's family is from Spain and my husband is Puerto Rican. I grew up in a culturally Hispanic neighborhood and Bilingual Public School in Washington, DC. The majority of my friends and teachers were from South America, while my family maintained a very traditionally Spanish home life.
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