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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”-Ismael Morales

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On September of 2015, the Office of the Santa Cruz Superintendent offered the position of the Virtual Response Director to Ismael Morales. The Virtual Response Program is a security web based program, which implements the safety of all children for all schools in Santa Cruz County. “I am really fortunate to work with such a professional team, and good people. ... Read More »

People that “echo” Suzie Sainz

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For this month our magazine section on people that “echo” selected Suzie Sainz. She is the County Recorder. Mrs. Sainz has been working in this field for over 22 years. She is again running for re-election this year. The Santa Cruz County Recorder’s Office retains important documents, records, maps, and surveys. The Recorder’s Office assigns a docket and page number ... Read More »

People who “Echo”- Sheriff Tony Estrada

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Safety is a top priority for every community. It is important to have an experienced leader that is knowledgeable about public safety. Sheriff Tony Estrada understands the importance of public service. “Trust is an important factor in public safety. My role is to ensure public trust by providing quality public safety to all citizens of Santa Cruz County,” said Sheriff ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Danna Gallardo

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Since 1991, Danna Gallardo has been working with youth. She is a dedicated educator who enjoys working with young people from various educational settings. “I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to work with these young people and their families.  It has truly opened my eyes to what unconditional love can accomplish,” said Dana. Ms. Gallardo is the ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Sonia Sanchez

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Border Eco for the month of February selected Sonia Sanchez for our feature story on People that “Echo” in Santa Cruz County. Sonia Sanchez is a prevention specialist for Circles of Peace. She has worked there for 5 years. She started working in the field of prevention on February 2012. Ms. Sanchez currently manages the Anti Alcohol Drug Coalition Team ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Marisol Mercado

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Marisol Mercado is our selection for the January magazine people that “echo” in Santa Cruz County. She currently works for the Mayor of Nogales as an executive assistant. Her role is to make sure the mayor’s office runs smoothly. She started working for the mayor’s office on July 20th of  2015. The opportunity to work for the mayor became available ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Juan Espinoza

Dedicated to helping students meet their goals

Juan Andres Espinoza was born in Mesa, Arizona and raised in Nogales, Arizona. Growing up on a border town allowed him to be part of both the American and Mexican cultures. Andres earned his Associate’s Degree in Social Work from the Cochise College Santa Cruz Center in 2012 and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and Family Studies at ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Judy Mendoza

People who "echo" in Santa Cruz County

Judith Mendoza Jimenez was recently promoted to NUSD Director of Special Services after having served as NHS principal since March 2011.  Born and raised in Nogales, Sonora, until immigrating to Nogales when she was in fourth grade, Mrs. Jimenez finished her education in local schools, mastering English and a love of learning. After graduating from NHS, she earned a degree ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Judge Kimberly Corsaro

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Judge Kimberly Corsaro recently celebrated her 22nd anniversary working within the judicial system. Judge Corsaro is a full-time Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore. She is appointed to her position each year by the Presiding Judge of the Santa Cruz County Superior Court approved by the SCC Board of Supervisors. The approval is then sent to the Supreme Court for approval, ... Read More »

Cochise College selects a local Nogales Native-Gabriel Galindo

Cochise hires a local Nogales Native

Recently Border Eco had featured a piece on Sue Neilsen’s retirement. Many people awaited the announcement of the new Cochise College- Santa Cruz Center director. We are pleased to announce the position has been offered to a local native of Nogales. Gabriel Galindo. Mr. Galindo has extensive experience working in the field of education.  He was born, and raised in ... Read More »

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