Latino Who's Who

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The Latino American Who’s Who Recognizes Steven A. Cazares

Written By: PR - Aug• 01•12

Hacienda Heights, CA/LWW Press/August 1, 2012 – –Steven A. Cazares,  Assistant Principal, of Los Altos High School, was selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of The Latino American Who’s Who.

Steven A. Cazares has been Assistant Principal at Los Altos High School for over 6 years and has been in education for over 11 years. He is a second generation educator coming from parents who both were educators as well. His secret to success has been his passion for helping young people.

Mr. Cazares is a Member of the Association of California School Administrators, HLPAA, and a Member of the Whittier Area Community Church. He has a Bachelor Degree in Communications from USC and a Masters of Education with a Focus on Special Education from Azusa Pacific University.

The Latino American Who’s Who is a New York based biographical publication that selects and distinguishes leading Latino professionals throughout the world who have attained a recognizable degree of success in their field of endeavor and thereby contribute to the growth of their industry and culture.  The Latino Who’s Who promotes an awareness of the achievements of the Latino professional and executive by creating a networking platform to provide recognition of individual accomplishments. The annual registry of the Latino American “Who’s Who” is formatted as an elegant hard cover edition as well as an online edition that provides information on recognized individuals. It also contains cross references by names, professions and family country of origin.

For more information:

Contact:             editor dm

Phone:                516-409-4490 ext. 103

Email Address:  info@latinwhoswho.com

 

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