Bio

Alejandra Ramos Gomez is a Mexican American educator and spoken word poet born in Juarez, Mexico. She received her BA in Political Science and Linguistics from the University of Texas at El Paso and is a current MBE (Masters in Bilingual Education) graduate student at SMU.

She works as a bilingual Pre-K teacher in Oak Cliff. Alejandra is a Teach for America DFW Racial Justice Fellow, an ExcELs (Excellence for English Learners) Graduate Professional Development Fellow at SMU, and a Teach for America Alumna. Her contributions abroad include serving as a Professional Development Facilitator with the Galapagos Conservancy Fund at Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, and as a Project Manager for AIESEC in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

As a writer and spoken word poet, her work can be found in three anthologies with the Writers’ Association in Juarez, Mexico, and Pasos en el Norte, an anthology by the Rotary Club. Her most recent publication is a chapter book with Voces Writers through the Oak Cliff Coalition for Arts.

 

Alejandra Ramos Gomez es una politóloga y lingüista mexicana/estadounidense orgullosamente nacida en Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. Recibió sus dos títulos (Ciencias políticas con concentración en Relaciones Internacionales y Lingüística) de la Universidad de Texas en El Paso y actualmente está obteniendo su maestría en Educación Bilingüe en Southern Methodist University (SMU) en Dallas, TX, EUA.