As a child, Jesus Enriquez never thought he would end up being an educator; his journey into education was one of karma. He attended Southern Methodist University and graduated with a degree in English Lit. His intention was to satisfy a year after which they attend law school and grow to be a legal representative and eventually start his law firm. He made up her mind to function ten months as a guide in Orlando Independent School District (ISD); he was hired on as an 8th grade English teacher and soccer coach.

His first day in the classroom totally changed his life; he realized he liked to be an educator and thoroughly abandoned his original plans. Jesus then moved on to teach 10th grade in Dallas ISD and eventually went to Arlington ISD’s Alternative Education where he was awarded First Year Hero Teacher of the Year. For that setting, he was teaching students that had been constantly in trouble and had been taken from the conventional educational setting. It was really difficult and fun, because those are the sorts of students that must have the most help academically and socially. He was at that school for 5 years, and then went on to teach Intense Placement French Language at a charter school, Peak Preparatory.