July 2015 – current: Teacher La Promesa Early Learning Center July 2014 – Current: Teacher Abu Dhabi Education Council, United Arab Emirates 5th Grade. 2013 LEAD FELLOW 2013 Teacher, Rodolfo Anaya, 2nd Grade, Albuquerque NM, (505) 452-3137 2009 - 2012 Teacher El Camino Real Academy 5th grade, Albuquerque, NM. ( 1996-2008 Teacher Durango 9R School District; Park Elementary 4th Grade Durango, Colorado.
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________________________________________________________________________ 2017 (R.I.S.E) Presented to International Audience in Philadelphia 2017 (R.I.S.E) Curriculum taught to Middle School 2016 Author, Resilience, Inspire, Self Empower (R.I.S.E) Resilience Curriculum 2012 1 of 15 Fellows to be selected in the state to the L.E.A.D., NM. Program. 2011 Ray Romer Teaching Fellowship – University of Southern California (USC)
University of Southern California (USC) Masters University of New Mexico (UNM) Bachelors
Having returned from teaching in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, Eppie Lopez is currently back in his home state teaching with Albuquerque Public Schools, the largest School District in New Mexico. Lopez has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New Mexico, a Post B.A. in Education from the University of New Mexico, and a Master of Arts in Teaching-Multiple Subject Teaching from the Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California. Lopez is the recipient of multiple Bilingual Scholarships at the University of New Mexico, awarded Teacher of the Year in Durango, Co., inducted into the Who is Who of American Teachers, and awarded the Ray Romer Teaching Fellowship from the University of Southern California. Lopez ever dedicated to public service while teaching in Colorado volunteered as a firefighter during the summers eventually working his way to staff position, EMT, Emergency Crisis Tech and Incident Tactical Command for the surrounding areas. Lopez an author whose continuous dedication to public service has inspired the beginning development of R.I.S.E global, consulting and curriculum an acronym for Resilience, Inspiration, Self-Efficacy, and Empowerment, key components are culturally relevant pedagogy; Inspiring students to succeed by creating Resilience through practices (curriculum) and incentive based performance campaign, thus building Self Efficacy and finally producing Empowerment. The function of the programs ultimately gives the students a sense of control and empowerment through success in which their lives may lack.