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Daniela Segura-Lara

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Born and raised in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico and moved to the United States at the age of 15, Daniela Segura Lara has had her struggles living in the States. With sisters having to stay in Mexico while she had to handle a new life in a completely different country, Segura had to break a close family bond and manage to adapt to a different environment and a new language all at once. Segura currently attends Ronald W. Reagan Senior High; It has been a big jump from “E.S.T. Fronteriza”, which had a strict education system. Daniela’s sisters, Gabriela Marlenne and Karina, have been the support that she needed to have a good experience at Ronald W. Reagan, and supported her dream to study for what she’s wanted to do since middle school, become a math teacher.

With knowing very little of English, Segura is focused on learning English by choosing classes that will help her achieve that goal; in her old school, she studied English but didn’t learn it properly. One of those classes that helps her is Journalism; journalism is a class used as a tool by her in which Segura improves her writing, grammar, and how to express herself with proper will.

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Daniela Segura-Lara