Education Chinampa
Becoming educators, teachers, para educators, counselors, principals, administrators, professors, deans, university president, superintendents, school board members, advisors/consultants
Education Chinampa focuses on nurturing and growing Latinx leaders in the education field in Utah.

This network started at the Imaginemos Utah Summit, where young Latinx leaders came together to create a 5-10 year collective vision of where the Latinx community needs to be leading in Utah. This vision revolves around the framework of Chinampas and Communities. All leaders that are part of Imaginemos Utah follow the Norms.

The purpose of Imaginemos Utah is to gather influential Latinx young leaders, in order to empower and lead our collective vision.

Education Chinampa Co-Leads
Latinx leaders in education!
Jeremy Reynoso
Education Chinampa Co-Lead
Jeremy Reynoso is a kindergarten teacher at Meadowlark Elementary in Salt Lake City School District. Jeremy is a proud member of the Salt Lake Educators Association (SLEA) and graduate of both Westminster College and Washington State University. He speaks English and Spanish and was born in Sandy, UT.
Angelica Archuleta
Education Chinampa Co-Lead
Angelica has worked with hundreds of youth through her experiences as a Primary Prevention Educator at the Rape Recovery Center, as a teachers assistant working with emerging bilingual students at Denver Green school, as a low income teen counselor at Housing Connect, and a Family Teacher Associate at Utah youth village. Angelica has allowed educating her community to drive her since her Junior year in high school. Angelica has traveled and volunteered in different communities within the south west region of the US. Angelica loves animals, intersectional feminism, hiking and community events. She paints and sleeps often if she's not working. And any time left is spent with her family.
Franz Villate
Education Chinampa Co-Lead
Education Chinampa Sections
If we use chinampas as our imagery and framework to leadership development, we understand that nurtured leaders will give back nutrients to the rest of the chinampas. All of our chinampas are aligned to our Collective Vision and follow our Norms. Find out who are our Co-Leads for each Chinampa.
K-12 Teaching
K-12 Administration
Private & Charter
Higher Education
Advisors & Consultants
If you're a young Latina/o leader in Utah between ages 18-30, join us! We need you!
If you're a Latina/o leader in Utah over 30 years old and want to become a mentor, join here!
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