Seguin Citizen: Janelle Ramirez
Posted on 1/22/2018 11:32:00 AM.



What is your current occupation?

 "I am currently employed at Sprouts Learning Academy."

What does that involve?

"It involves being able to be trusted to care for someone else child. It's about everyday knowing that I was able to teach them something or learn something new about them. Loving and caring for these kids like they're my own."

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

"I like to be around my family, even if it's just watching TV or going to the park."

When and where were you born?
"I was born June 15, 1996 in Columbus, Texas."

What is the best advice you've ever received?

"Have the courage to live a life true to yourself, not the life others expect of you."

What is the biggest challenge you've ever faced?

"I had my daughter young. So being a teen mom was challenging at times."

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

"Honest, dependable"

What inspires you?

"My mom inspires me. She is a single mom. She has always been so strong for me and my brothers."

If you could assemble a dinner party with any five guests (living or dead), who would they be?

"My grandpa, who is no longer with us. Myself, my mom and aunt so they could see him. Last my daughter so she could meet my grandpa."

What is your favorite TV show and why?

"Parenthood would have to by my favorite. I honestly like anything family oriented."

What is your educational background?

"I have my high school diploma."

What's your professional background/achievements/leadership roles?

"I worked at a daycare for three years before working at Sprouts."

Share your family.

"The family I have in Seguin are two brothers and my mom and my daughter."

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

"My accomplishment would be when my daycare parents come up to me and thank me for helping their child. That they are so grateful for everything I've done. That truly makes me happy."

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

"Me and my daughter moved back to Seguin to be closer to my mother."

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

"I'm not from Seguin, but my mom has lived here for five years now."



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