Bryan Pearce-Gonzales graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures from Radford University, a master’s degree in Hispanic Studies from the University of Kentucky, and a PhD in Hispanic Studies from the University of Kentucky. He is a professor of Hispanic Studies and the chair of the Department of Languages and Cultural Studies at Shenandoah University [2, 3, 4, 5]. He has received the Wilkins Award for Outstanding Efforts in International Education (2008) and the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry’s Exemplary Teaching Award (2013). Pearce-Gonzales has been a school board member for Winchester Public Schools since 2017. He currently serves as the Vice Chair to the board and the board’s representative on the Mountain Vista Governor’s School board. Since 2019, Pearce-Gonzales has served as the Winchester School Board’s Delegate to the Virginia School Board Association’s Delegate Assembly [2, 4].
Pearce-Gonzales wants to empower all students to achieve at the highest academic level possible. He wants to be a voice for teachers .
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