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American Lady, Ana Guerrero Makes GHer Family Proud As She Becomes the First Member of Her Family to Earn a PhD Degree

A remarkable woman called Ana Guerrero became the first member of her family to obtain a doctorate (Ph.D.) in education from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).

Ana Guerrero

Both Ana Guerrero and her parents are Mexican nationals. They immigrated here in search of a better life they might achieve via hard effort. Since they arrived in Mexico, Anne Guerro’s mother has worked as a house cleaner.

Ana Guerrero continued by saying that her father operated a ranch. I had a fairly rural background, and my parents worked for the ranch owners, she recounted.

Speaking of how her mother raised her, she recounted how she was sent to school as a young child by her mother.

She would take me along with her when school was out as a child, and it was at that point that she taught her daughter to “take full use of the chances offered to me and denied to her and every woman in my family history.”

CTA on Ana Guerrero’s Story

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