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Tania Maguiña

CABE Whittier Chapter #40
Whittier, California
“Your attitude and actions are the key to success ”
Tania Maguina, exceptional leader talented at training, coaching, facilitator, and promotor of prevention education; studied Child Development at Rio Hondo Community College (2009 -2014). She has a Certification of University Leadership Track (2012) from California State University, Fullerton, Certification Trainers of Trainers from CABE Program, Project 2 Inspire (2014), and “Engaging the School to Support Student Achievement” from San Diego State University (2015)
Starting in 2007 as parent leader from the Whittier Parent Leadership Academy sponsored by the Whittier City School District and she became a facilitator and speaker in Parent Leadership Trainings (2010 -2017).
Tania served twice as President of District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC) and many years as ELAC President, she was LCAP -District Advisory Committee (DAC) of Whittier City School District.
In 2016 she received the “Parent of the Year” Award from CABE-Southern California Region III; in recognition for her outstanding contributions as a Parent for Quality Bilingual Education.
In “2015 Distinguished Woman of the 57th Assembly District; recognized for her passion, dedication, and achievement in the field of education and parental involvement on behalf of the residents of the 57th District; by California Assembly Majority Leader, Ian Calderon.
CABE Whittier Vice-president, co-founder, and member. Founder of CABE Whittier Podcast that is streamed LIVE every Thursday at 4pm PST. Through the CABE Whittier Facebook page. This year CABE Whittier Chapter was honored with the CABE 2022 Chapter of the Year Award that will be presented during the Membership meeting on April 2th, 2022 at 10:40am.
She has contributed significantly with different school districts creating partnership between parents, teachers, and school administrators to increase and improve, services for the school community,  English learners, and promoting the multilingualism for youth in the community.