You are here
Dr. Raquel Munarriz Diaz, has over 30 years of experience working in early childhood education. She is National Board Certified in Early Childhood. She received her doctorate from Florida International University researching the role of language in early childhood mathematics. Prior to her appointment as Professor in Residence for the University of Florida, Dr. Diaz served as the Miami Science Museum's Project Coordinator working with Head Start teachers. Dr. Diaz has taught graduate courses in Curriculum & Instruction and worked with cohorts of teachers earning their graduate degrees.. Currently, Dr. Diaz is a Success Manager. She is a national facilitator who has presented at several conferences across the nation on the power of collaborative learning communities. She is currently managing several projects across the United States that strive to improve quality of child care while engaging adult learners to work in professional learning communities. Dr. Diaz serves on several local, state, and national boards. She was recently selected as a Zero to Three Fellows where her vision for change is to improve professional development for dual language teachers serving our youngest children.