In honor of “Women’s History Month,” the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is proud to introduce you to Rosalina Rivera, as part of our Latinas in Business & Leadership series.
Rosalina Rivera currently holds the position of Superintendent of the Delano Union School District. She is a lifelong member of the Delano Community and courageously advocates for the needs of students by supporting many charitable and civic organizations.
With her transformational leadership approach, she has created a family-like environment that fosters innovation and positive relationships. As a superintendent, she has the opportunity each day to do whatever it takes to advance the lives of the children of Delano – a place where parents as well as students have dreams and aspirations to achieve goals and experience success.
Because of her tireless efforts, she has received numerous awards including the following: CSUB Hispanic Excellence Award for improving the education status of Latinos, Mexican American Pioneers Phenomenal Woman Award; Central Valley Farmworker Foundation Women’s Leadership Award; California State Capitol – 32nd Assembly District Woman of the Year; and Delano Woman of the Year.