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Marco Octavio Íñiguez Alba, American language educator. Certified ryan professional clear single subject credential Spanish California, 1990, in competency California, 1990.

Background

Alba, Marco Octavio Íñiguez Son of Alfredo Íñiguez Lozano and María Teresa Alba Villareal.

Education

Bachelor, University California, Irvine. Master of Arts, Claremont Graduate University, California. Master of Arts, Middlebury College, Vermont.

Career

Secondary school advisor, instructor Migrant Education, Irvine, 1986—1988. Amnesty education program coordinator Irvine Valley College, 1988—1989. Bilingual coordinator Pasadena High School, 1989—1992, Spanish instructor, 1989—1992, Austin Community College, Texas, 1995—2002, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, Kingsville, since 2005, international artist residency coordinator, department art, 2004.

Education consultant Claremont Graduate School University, Teacher Education, California, 1990—1991, Pasadena Unified School District, 1990—1991. National evaluation scorer Spanish bilingual competency National Evaluation Systems, Austin, 1995—2003. Translator Industrial Craft ² Institute, University Texas, Austin, 2001—2003.

Achievements

  • Certified ryan professional clear single subject credential Spanish California, 1990, in competency California, 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Actor: (film) Break of Dawn. Translator: Conversations with Durito: Stories of the Zapatistas and Neolibralism. Radio broadcaster Radio Tierra y Libertad Program.

      Actor: (plays) Pedacitos, Los Vendidos. Producer: (92. 7 koop radio) Radio Tierra y Libertad Program.

      Exhibitions include La Violencia y los Zapatistas, Los Primeros Días de la Violencia en Chiapas, Enrique Moreno, Zapatista Photo Retrospective, Ecos desde un Vientre de Barro, Alfonso Castillo Orta y Familia. Translator: (music Civil Defense) Texas Border Corridos, Smithsonian Compliation. Contributor columns in newspapers.

Membership

Coordinator Red Salmon Arts, Austin, 2001—2004. Co chair MEChA, Irvine, 1985—1986. Active Acción Zapatista Editorial Collective, Austin, 1996—2001.

Board member Mayan Esteem Project, 1997—2004. Member of Popular Culture Association, S. Central Modern Language Association, University California, Irvine Alumni Association, Sigma Delta Pi (advisor 2007-2010), Pi Lambda Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, gardening, reading, writing, films.

Connections

Married Brenda Nora Canizalez. 1 child Maya Izabella Íñiguez Canizalez.

father:
Alfredo Alba

spouse:
Brenda Nora Canizalez