A native of Mexico, Liliana spent most of her childhood in Mexico City. She attended college in Queretaro, where she received her bachelor’s degree in visual communications.
Shortly after college, Liliana moved to the U.S. and began a career in education. Wanting to make a difference and help improve education quality, Liliana reached out to thousands of parents across Arizona to express the importance of parental involvement in their child’s education.
Liliana has made her mark at both the State Capitol and in Washington, D.C. In Arizona, she often met with the Hispanic Caucus to discuss the crisis in Hispanic educational achievement and educating them on the needs of other minority children. In D.C., Liliana presented an organizing strategy session at the 2007 Community Initiatives in Education conference, sponsored by the White House.
In 2006, Liliana was recognized by State Senator Dean Martin for her efforts in getting legislators to pass the Arizona Corporate Income Tax Tuition Credit legislation. She lives in Chandler, with her husband, Reggie, her son, Marcus, and their two dogs.