Lorena Tule-Romain

Lorena Tule-Romain was born in Michoacán, Mexico and immigrated at the age of 9 and has been living in the United States for the last 23 years. Ms. Tule-Romain started her journey as an undocumented student activist in Dallas, Texas, back in 2006. She is the co-founder and chief people officer at ImmSchools, an immigrant-led nonprofit organization that partners with K-12 educators to transform schools into safe and welcoming spaces for undocumented students and families. Prior to ImmSchools, she led Teach For America DACA national work supporting over 240 DACAmented teachers in 25 cities across the country. Ms. Tule-Romains' passion for education equity and liberation comes from personal experience growing up as an undocumented student living in a low-income community in Texas. Currently, she is pursuing a Doctorate degree in Education Leadership at SMU and serves as the City of Dallas District 5 Park and Recreation Board Member.

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