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People that “Echo” are individuals within Santa Cruz County that work diligently to improve our community. These individuals are selected for their exceptional community service.

People that “echo”-Patty Molina

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This month’s editorial is featuring a community leader who has dedicated much of her life to community service. Patty Molina was born and raised in Nogales, Arizona. She returned to Nogales the summer of 1992. Mrs. Molina began working at the Pimeria Alta Historical Society. There she helped organize the society’s library and archives. She also played a huge role ... Read More »

People that”echo”-Stella Perez

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This month’s people that “echo’ choice is Stella Perez. A native of Tucson, Arizona, and, a first-generation college student, Dr. Perez earned a Bachelor of Science degree, from the Eller College of Business, at the University of Arizona. She graduated sum.ma cum laude, with a Masters of Arts in Education Technology from Northern Arizona University, AZ and holds a Ph.D. ... Read More »

People that”echo”-Linda Manjarrez

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For the month of August, Border Eco selected for their people that “echo” piece Linda Manjarrez. She is the regional program director for Luminaria Home Care Services.  Mrs.Manjarrez has been working with Lutheran Social Services for more than 10 years.She is a college graduate with an Associates Degree in Business. Linda has over 21 years of extensive experience working in ... Read More »

People that “echo”- Michelle Rene Jacquez

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This month’s people that “echo” in Santa Cruz County choice is an individual who has dedicated herself to advocating for children and adults with autism. Michelle Rene Jacquez is president of the Southern Arizona Autism Association. She was born in Tucson, Arizona but raised in Nogales, Arizona. She is currently a parent leader for the Raising Special Kids Organization, and head of the Special Olympics AZ Adults Association. “I am blessed. I have a child with high-functioning autism who has taught me a lot about ... Read More »

People that “echo”-Nidia Solorzano

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Border Eco proudly features this month in its people that “echo” Nidia Solorzano a woman dedicated to public service. Mrs.Solorzano is currently employed by the Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office as a Victims Services Division Advocate. She was recently selected to attend the advanced leadership seminar “Women’ Empowerment of the 21 Century” in Washington D.C. Approximately 4,700 Sonoran women were ... Read More »

People that “echo”- Marco Antonio Zamudio

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This month Border Eco introduces an individual who works behind the scenes at Cochise College but has for several years echoed many accomplishments throughout his life. Marco Antonio Zamudio is originally from San Diego, California. He moved to Nogales, Arizona at the age of 4 years-old with his parents. He has been working in the field of education for the ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Marie Montenegro-Ochoa

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This month of April Border Eco introduces Marie Montenegro-Ochoa Department of Child Safety Program Supervisor. She is a Nogales native who graduated from the Nogales High School in 1986. Ms. Montenegro-Ochoa completed an associate’s degree at Pima Community College and then completing a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at Northern Arizona University. She has been working for the Department of ... Read More »

People that “echo”-Alan Aguirre

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This month’s people that “echo” is Alan Aguirre. Mr. Aguirre is not new to the field of education. He has been working in the field for more than 9 years. He first started working in the field of education as a teacher’s aide at Nogales High School teaching mariachi. Mr. Aguirre worked directly with mariachi students, and Mariachi Apache. After ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Chris Young

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There is a new rising star in our community Chris Young. He is currently working at the Santa Cruz County Superintendent’s Office as a chief deputy. Mr. Young started working for the Santa on October 31, 2016.  “The Santa Cruz County Superintendent’s Office led by Mr. Alfredo I. Velásquez, plays an important role in the success of education within our ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Mary Darling

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This New Year we are proud to introduce our People that “Echo” Mary Darling. She is a community leader working hard to make a difference in Santa Cruz County. Mary moved to Nogales in 1997. She has been a Santa Cruz County resident for 19 years. She is originally from Chicago. She moved from Chicago to Tucson to attend the ... Read More »

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