Lucía earned a BA in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from UMASS-Amherst, a Master's in Educational Leadership and Administration from The George Washington University and a law degree from the University of Puerto Rico. She has over sixteen years of experience in education, including two years as an English and Psychology teacher at Colegio Puertorriqueña de Niñas (CPN), three years as College Counselor at Caribbean Preparatory Schools in San Juan and ten years as Academic Dean and College Counselor at TASIS Dorado. Lucía's two daughters are enrolled at TASIS Dorado.
Glenda Rivera taught high school history and other social sciences for more than fifteen years, in a private college prep school. During her career in education, she has served as department chairperson, reaccreditation committee member, National Honor Society advisor, class sponsor and student travel coordinator. She graduated from Loyola University of New Orleans with a B.A. in Education and a Juris Doctor from the same institution. She is an active member of the Methodist Church of Puerto Rico, volunteering in their homeless outreach programs. She is the mother of a current TASIS Dorado ninth grade student.