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Senior Editor, PhD Sergio Reyna

PhD. Sergio Reyna is from Tamaulipas, Mexico. He has been working in public education for the past eleven years. Currently working as a full time teacher from Alief ISD. Moreover, he works as an adjunct professor at the University of Houston – Downtown where he has taught students about literature and Spanish-division courses since 2002.  

The native of a small border town called Rio Bravo near Reynosa has garnered numerous teacher-of-the-year awards, including "Teacher of the Year" for the Houston Area Association for Bilingual Education and state finalist for the statewide organization. He has also been "Bilingual Teacher of the Year" at his school, as well as at the district level, and "Teacher of the Year" at Youens.

Dr. Reyna also acted as an editor for a book of Hispanic folktales of a now-deceased Corpus Christi teacher named Jovita Gonzales, researching her work and rescuing her folk stories from magazines and manuscripts. He provided the introduction to her book, The Woman Who Lost Her Soul.

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