Ricardo Iñiguez is an Assistant Principal of Wenatchee High School where he began his administrative career in 2005. He graduated from Wahluke High School in Mattawa, WA. He then attended Central Washington University, and received a Bachelor of Arts of Education and a Master’s degree of School Administration in 2000. After graduating, Ricardo worked as a middle school and high school teacher in high poverty and diverse schools. In 2006, he was inducted into the Central Washington University Athletics Hall of Fame. During his tenure at Wenatchee High School he has been named the Distinguished League High School Assistant Principal of the Year for the 3A/4A Columbia Basin for the 2009-2010 school year and most recently, in 2017 he was named the Washington State Assistant Principal of the Year. Ricardo has been appointed to several education committees such as State of Washington Education Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee by former Governor Christine Gregoire and the State of Washington Paraeducator Board by Governor Inslee. He also served as the Chair of the Latino Civic Alliance, a statewide nonprofit advocacy and civic engagement organization
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