The New York State Association for Bilingual Education

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NYSABE's Past Presidents

NYSABE’s Past Presidents

1976-1977
Daniel Domenech
Founding Year-No conference Held………………

1977-1978
Sonia Rivera
Bilingual Education: Unity for Excellence………………

1978-1979
Angelo Gimondo
Celebrating the Year of the Child………………

1979-1980
Michael Vega
The Future of Bilingual Education: The Decade of the 80’s………………

1980-1981
Genis Meléndez
Bilingual Education: Enrichment for All………………

1981-1982
Lilliam Malavé
Bilingual Education: New Horizons………………

1982-1983
Ceferino Narváez-Ortiz
Bilingual Education: Achieving a Global Perspective………………

1983-1984
Sandra Ruiz
Success in Academics: Bilingual Education………………

1984-1985
Bernard Cohen
Bilingual Education: Unity Through Diversity………………

1985-1986
Dolores Fernández
Bilingual Education: Equity and Excellence………………

1986-1987
Aurea E. Rodríguez
Bilingual Education: Past, Present and Future………………

1987-1988
MutzukoTanouchi
Bilingual Education: Lighting the Way for School and Community………………

1988-1989
Debra A. Colley
Bilingual Education: Decades of Success, A Lifetime of Opportunities………………

1989-1990
Angela Carrasquillo
Bilingual Education: Unity and Success for the Nineties………………

1990-1991
María E. Valverde
Bilingual Education: Using Languages for Success………………

1991-1992
David E. Báez
Bilingual Education: America 2000 and Beyond………………

1992-1993
Nivia Zavala
Bilingual Education: Affirming a New Generation of Global Leaders………………

1993-1994
Ximena Zate
Bilingual Education: From Research to Quality Pedagogy………………

1994-1995
Nancy Villarreal de Adler
Bilingual Education: The Strength of our Nation………………

1995-1996
Susan Pien Hsu
Bilingual Education: Twenty Years of Advocating for Educational Success………………

1996-1997
Aurea Porrata-Doria
Bilingual Education: High Standards for All Students………………

1997-1998
David Cabrera-Villafaña
Bilingual Education: Making Successful Connections to Meet the New Standards………………

1998-1999
Elsie G. Loperena
Bilingual Education: Meeting the Challenges of the New Millennium………………

1999-2000
Carlo Mitton
Bilingual Education: A Transformative Process on Globalization Toward Student Empowerment………………

2000-2001
Florence Pu-Folkes
Bilingual Education: A Humanistic Approach to Excellence………………

2001-2002
Pedro J. Ruiz
Bilingual Education: Cultivating the Power of Language to Building New York’s Future………………

2002-2003
Heriberto Galarza
Bilingual Education: A Tool for Global Connection………………

2003-2004
David Mauricio
Bilingual Education: Ensuring Equity for All Learners………………

2004-2005
Jean Mirvil
Bilingual Education: Language and Culture –Pillars of our International Community………………

2005-2006
Eudes Budhai
Bilingual Education: Developing our Future Leaders………………

2006-2007
Bernice Moro
Bilingual Education: Thirty Years of Unity, Advocacy and Excellence………………

2007-2008
Wilda Ramos-Morales
Bilingual Education: Unity in Diversity………………

2008-2009
Anne Henry Montante
Bilingual Education: Honoring Our Heritage for a Better Tomorrow………………

2009-2010
Margarita Reyes
Bilingual Education: A Pathway to Multicultural and Multilingual Learning Communities………………

2010-2011
María de los Angeles Barreto
Fostering Cognition through Bilingual Education in the 21st Century………………

2011-2012
María-Angélica Meyer
Achieving a Lifetime of Bilingualism from Early Childhood through Higher Education………………

2012-2013
Awilda Ramos Zagarrigo
Bilingual Education: Promoting Educational Excellence and Equity for All Students………………

2013-2014
Yazmín Torres
Educating Our Next Generation of Biliterate Citizens………………

2014-2015
Tatyana Kleyn
Building Bridges: Bilingual Education Across Borders………………

2015-2016
Tamara O. Alsace
Changing Policies, New Directions: Bilingual Education Paving the Way to Success for All Learners………………

2016-2017
Tamara O. Alsace
Families, Practitioners, Partners, and Policymakers: Fulfiling the Promise of Bilingual Education together………………

2017-2018
Iraida Bodré
Uncovering the Talents of Multilingual Learners from Early Childhood through High School and Beyond

2018-2019
Rebecca Elias
Transforming Language Learners, Their Multiliteracies, and the World Through Bilingual Education

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