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Patricia Moront-Figuero, Cuban, American language educator. Member technical preparatory marketing committee Palm Beach County School Board, also chairperson technical preparatory scholarship committee; Member Women in Communications (chairman awards and recognition, board directors, 1st vice president 1998-1999), Association for Women in Communications (board directors, chairman awards and recognition committee 1997-1998).

Background

Moront-Figuero, Patricia was born on September 10, 1956 in Sagua la Grande, Cuba. Came to the United States, 1961. Daughter of Antonio and Melba Rosa (Quintero) Moran.

Education

Associate of Arts, Palm Beach Junior College, 1976. Bachelor in Mass Communications, University South Florida, 1980.

Career

Producer and hostess Spanish Public Affairs Talk Show, Station WTOG-television, St. Petersburg, Florida. Public service director WTOG-television, 1979-1982. Assistant promtions director Busch Gardens, Tampa, 1983.

Teacher Spanish and English, Pinellas School Board, Largo, 1990-1992, Palm Beach School Board, Boca Raton, 1990-1992. High school teacher and community rels director New England Institute of Technology and Florida Culinary Institute, West Palm Beach, 1992-1998. Communications, public relations coordinator Delray Medical Center, Delray Beach, 1998-1999.

English to Speakers of Other Languages/Spanish teacher Polo Park Middle School, Wellington, 2001—2003. Resource teacher School Board Palm Beach County, 2003—2006, teacher reading, writing, since 2006. English to Speakers of Other Languages instructor Adult Vocational Education, Lantana, Florida, 1991-1992.

Resource teacher secondary & career education, Palm Beach County School Board, 2001-2003.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Florida.

Membership

Member technical preparatory marketing committee Palm Beach County School Board, also chairperson technical preparatory scholarship committee. Member Women in Comm. (chairman awards and recognition, board directors, 1st vice president 1998-1999), Association for Women in Comm.

(board directors, chairman awards and recognition committee 1997-1998, 1st vice president since 1998).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, tennis, dancing.

Connections

Married Francisco P. Figuero. Children: Kyle Miller, Tyler Miller. Married, March 14, 1998.

father:
Antonio Moran

mother:
Melba Rosa (Quintero) Moran

spouse:
Francisco P. Figuero

children:
Tyler Miller Moront-Figuero

Kyle Miller Moront-Figuero