Dianna Sanchez is a native of Flagstaff and received her Master’s in Teaching English as a Second Language and her Bachelor’s in Secondary English Education, both from NAU. She has spent her career doing what she loves most – helping and educating those around her so that they can achieve their goals and realize their dreams. Dianna is a passionate believer in ensuring that education is available to all members of our community and is thrilled for the opportunity to lead The Literacy Center.
Rachel Gregory came to Flagstaff, from San Diego, to attend NAU where she earned her Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Spanish. Her professional career includes volunteer management, exceeding sales and fundraising goals, in both for-profit and non-profit environments. In 2011, she received the Young Athena Award presented by the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce. She earned her Masters of Education, TESOL from the University of South Florida in Tampa, with highest honors from the College of Education’s SCATTER program. While in graduate school, Rachel volunteered in an underserved elementary ELA classroom, and served as a tutor for the county literacy program. Rachel is passionate about contributing to the Flagstaff community, and The Literacy Center’s mission of improving literacy and English language acquisition for children and adults.
Ann Robinson is a native of Southern California and spent most of her career as a Labor Relations project analyst at Southern California Edison. She also enjoyed volunteering for 17 years with the San Gorgonio Wilderness Association. Ann believes everyone should have the opportunity to achieve their goals by increasing their literacy skills. She feels very fortunate to be able to serve our community by supporting the dedicated learners, volunteers, and staff at The Literacy Center.