00:00:00 Lopez was born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, 00:12:00 Lopez decided to move to Orlando and started working in a car wash, even though she had a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts. 00:21:00 Lopez has been a teacher for 20 years at Colonia High School. In 2017, she was recognized as Orange County Teacher of the Year. 00:27:00 In 2018, Lopez was elected as the first Puerto Rican to the Orange County School Board district that represents a large number of Hispanics students. 00:36:00 Lopez mentions that this position is a non-partisan one and represents District 2 of Orange County, Florida. Lopez' slogan is “Familias Presentes, Estudiantes Excelentes” (Present Families, Excellent Students).
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