Gloria Espinoza was born in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. She grew up there, and she attended elementary, middle and high school. She finished only one year of her basics at the Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez, (UACJ). She is very proud of her Mexican culture, traditions, community, and education. She worked as a cashier and secretary at the UACJ for more then twelve years. After marrying, she decided to move to El Paso she enrolled at El Paso Community College (EPCC), and decided to continue her education at The University of Texas at El Paso. It was a great challenge because Spanish is her first language and she had to learn English, but with the help of excellent professors and teachers and the unconditional support of her husband and family, she received her Bachelors in Early Childhood through 4th. grade, Bilingual Generalist. After she graduated from UTEP she had the great opportunity to work at La Fe Preparatory School as a Dual Language Kindergarten Teacher, in which she has the opportunity to apply all her potential to teach by taking advantage of the academic, intellectual, social and professional experiences that La Fe Preparatory School has instilled in her in order to build a strong community. She constantly tries to keep her spirit and dedication lively to serve not only her students, as well as parents and community members.