Marylin Rodriguez is the Senior Curriculum and Training Manager for the Polarization and Extremism Research Innovation Lab (PERIL). She has a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Hispanic Studies from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. She’s worked for more than a decade in education, starting as a Fulbright Teaching Assistant in Uruguay, and continuing as a language teacher in Maryland, and in Durham, NC. Most recently, she served as Assistant Principal at a public charter school, working with first-generation Latino and Asian-American students from East San Jose. Her areas of interest are educational equity, community organizing, and learning at all levels, and has expertise in developing curriculum resources and facilitating training for educators. Some of her personal interests include road trips to national parks, traveling, and improving her Portuguese.
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