Marisol Madrigal Uribe
A proud daughter of immigrants, Marisol Uribe was born and raised in Montebello, California. Along with four other siblings (all products of MUSD Schools) Marisol attended Greenwood Elementary, Montebello Intermediate, and graduated from Montebello High School. As a first generation Latina, she would go on to earn both her Bachelors and Master’s Degrees from California State University Los Angeles. Currently, Marisol is an instructor of Chicano/a Studies for the Los Angeles Community College District.
While in college, Marisol served as a Program Leader for Inspiring, Caring, Exciting, and Stimulating (ICES) Education program, where she worked with at risk and economically challenged students, by helping them with homework and other enrichment activities. The value of hard work and a good education continues to be guiding principles that Marisol’s parents instilled in her and her siblings growing up.
As a parent of children who attend Montebello Unified District Schools, Marisol wants to ensure that MUSD will serve her children and all children attending MUSD schools, preparing them to be college ready and able to compete in the global economy. Marisol has a deep interest in improving the educational pipeline and firmly believes that all students deserve access to a good quality education that is equal for all.
Marisol is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in education at Claremont Graduate University.