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 I was born in Shreveport and raised in Bossier City.  I am a product of Bossier Parish Schools.  I attended Central Park Elementary, Rusheon Middle, and Bossier High Schools and am very proud to call myself an alumni of all three of those schools.  I attended Louisiana Tech University where I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology.  I worked at LSU Medical Center in the main hospital laboratory in the Hematology Department until my first child was born.  I was fortunate enough to become a “Stay-At-Home Mom” until my children went to school.  It is at that point I went back to school in the alternative certification program at LSUS to become a teacher and then taught science for 17 years.  During my last two years of teaching science, I went back to school and obtained my Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from LSUS and am now an Assistant Principal at Airline High School.

I began my teaching career at Turner Elementary/Middle School in Caddo Parish, then came back home where I taught at Rusheon Middle School and then Bossier High School before moving to Airline High School as an administrator.

I am married to René Peña who works at Barksdale Air Force Base and is a self-taught luthier.   I have two sons, Larry and Stephen, both Airline graduates; 4 step-children and 7 grandchildren.