Pablo Muñoz is the managing director of Muñoz & Company, an educational and leadership
consulting organization. A first-generation high school graduate, Muñoz earned a bachelor’s in
psychology from Yale University and a master’s in educational administration from Columbia
University. He has thirty years of experience as a teacher and administrator and was a
superintendent for sixteen years. Muñoz was named one of the George Lucas Educational
Foundation’s Daring Dozen—a prestigious group working to reshape the future of education. He
is the son of Luz and Pablo Muñoz, both from Aguada, Puerto Rico, and the proud father of two
daughters, Cecilia and Sadie.
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