Tina Herrera started working for Alvarado ISD in 2007. She previously worked for Child Protective Services for seven years, specialized in forensic interviewing. She recieved her undergraduate degree in Social Work in 2001 from Southwestern Adventist University. Completed her Master degree in Social Work in 2005 and is licensed through the state of Texas. She enjoys spending time with her family and volunteers for several organizations in the community, such as Peach Orchard, Santa Helper's, and CASA of Johnson county.
I enjoy working with children and have always had a passion to help others. My job at AEN is to help your child succeed, whether that means helping them through issues of divorce, death, bullying, stress, behavior, or change, I will do what I can. This may also mean working with teachers and parents so that all parties involved are set for one goal of success.