Mr. Tabet-Cubero joined the Center in June 2016. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the education and non-profit sectors. With a Master of Education from New Mexico State University, Mr. Tabet-Cubero has promoted educational equity for diverse learners, first as a classroom teacher in the colonias of southern NM, then award winning school administrator, district office administrator of migrant and bilingual education programs, dual language education consultant, non-profit administrator, and university instructor. His work also includes a variety of published articles, book chapters, and keynote addresses on topics ranging from instructional leadership to teacher evaluation. In 2014, he was selected as a W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Leadership Network Fellow where he is applying his skills in collaboration with a leadership cohort to improve outcomes for families in New Mexico. Mr. Tabet-Cubero has been called on by legislators to share his expertise regarding educational policy focused on diverse student populations. He is active in the community where he serves on various educational and non-profit boards all focused on improving outcomes for New Mexico children and their families.
M.A.Ed in Bilingual Curriculum and Instruction from New Mexico State University in 2003; B.A. in Foreign Languages and Latin American Studies from New Mexico State University in 1997.