Seguin Citizen: Aylssia Pacheco
Posted on 1/12/2018 1:00:00 AM.

What is your current occupation?

"Financial coordinator at Alligator Dental"

What does that involve?

"Ensuring patients insurance is eligible, scheduling appointments as

well as taking payments after an appointment"

What do you do off the clock "just for fun"?

"Spend time with my children and family. I also enjoy playing

volleyball."

When and where were you born?

"Oct. 28, 1993, Seguin, Texas"

What is the best advice you've ever received?

"Don't make decisions when you're angry. Don't make promises when

you're happy."

What is the biggest challenge you've ever faced?

"Being a single parent"

If you had to describe yourself in just two words, what would they be?

"Independent and strong willed"

What inspires you?

"My kids"

If you could assemble a dinner party with any five guests (living or

dead), who would they be?

"My sister, brother in law from out of state, my grandpa who passed,

my momo who passed and my great grandpa who as well passed"

What is your favorite TV show and why?

"Empire, a show that is very interesting to watch."

What are your roles in the community?

"Now working at our local dental office and play volleyball in my

free time."

What is your educational background?

"Graduated from Floresville High School. Did a semester at GCU for

education."

Share your family.

"I have two children, Juliana Cisneros who is 5. Josiah Cisneros

who is 3. I also have a step son Devin Ortiz who is 10. An amazing

supporting boyfriend Eric Ortiz."

What are the moments in your life and career that are your proudest

accomplishments?

"When I became a mom is when I felt the most proud."

What brought you to Seguin and why did you choose to live here?

"Starting a life with my kids."

What do you believe are the strengths of this community?

"Staying together as a community."

What initiatives or changes would you like to see in Seguin that

would further strengthen the community?

"More fun-filled volunteered activities for kids"

Do you have any family roots/history in the area?

"Me and all my sisters and brothers were born here."

What are your plans for the future, personally and/or professionally?

"To grow as a mother, person and one day pursue as a cosmetologist"

Additional information

"I am very family oriented. I have five sisters and one brother, five

nieces and five nephews."



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