Rick Trevino

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Rick Trevino


Rick Trevino is a San Antonio teacher and activist. In 2017 he ran for San Antonio City Council from District 6.

A U.S. history and geography teacher at Sam Houston High School since 2012, has promoted a three-pronged platform to seek to raise salaries in the district to a “living wage,” empower neighborhoods and improve ethics at City Hall.[1]

Education

Rick Trevino graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, and completed his Masters in Educational Leadership from Trinity University.

Sanders supporter

Rick Trevino was a National Delegate for Bernie Sanders, representing Texas Senate District 26. Trevino is currently the Secretary of the Bexar County Democratic Party. He hosted the first house party in San Antonio in June 2015, founded San Antonio For Sanders in April 2015, and co-founded Laredo For Sanders shortly thereafter. His work in San Antonio provided the Sanders Campaign with a strong infrastructure of volunteers and political support.

SA for Sanders

In 2016, Rick Trevino, was leader of the ad-hoc SA for Sanders group,

Background

Rick Trevino has served as a public school teacher for 5 years and is a member of the teacher’s union (AFT). Born in Laredo, TX in 1984, Rick is the youngest of two children. Like many in Laredo, he is the son of an immigrant. His mother Alma was born in Nuevo Laredo, MX and his father Ricardo was born in Laredo, USA.

Rick moved to San Antonio in 2005 to continue his studies, taking courses at Northwest Vista College and completing his Bachelor’s Degree inPolitical Science at UTSA. Rick completed his Teacher Certification at UTSA after conducting his student teaching in District 6’s Hatchett Elementary. An avid reader of political history, Rick has been a high school US History and Geography teacher at Sam Houston High School since2012. In 2016, Rick completed his Masters of Educational Leadership from Trinity University with a 4.0 grade average.

He became involved in his community and became civically engaged during Bernie Sanders’ run for the Democratic nomination in 2016. As a leader, he helped to begin the SA for Sanders group locally, and also worked with his students to create a farmers market at Sam Houston High School. He was recognized for his work in the community fighting Food Deserts through collaborations with the Eastside Promise Neighborhood, the United Way, and the San Antonio Food Bank. Heeding the national call to make change at the local level, Rick decided he would continue his civic work and advocacy on behalf of the city’s most vulnerable individuals by stepping forward as a candidate for City Council District 6.[2]

DSA member

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Rick Trevino was endorsed by Our Revolution and is a member of Democratic Socialists of America.

Doggett connection

Lloyd Doggett, Rick Trevino

RickFor6 team

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January 15 2017;

Team RickFor6 meeting Saturday morning at Sabinas Coffee House on West Commerce St. — with Zachary Rubiola, Chris Kutalik Cauthern, Louis A. Cintron, Jr., Rick Trevino, Joleen Garcia, Jennifer Longoria, Lisa Ramos, Edward L. Cuevas, Jr., Ananda Sunshine Tomas and Mauricio Gomez at Sabinas Coffee House.

Endorsing Fetonte

San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America members who endorsed Danny Fetonte when he ran for DSA NPC in 2017 included Riley Metcalfe, Rick Trevino, Chris KutalikSan Antonio.[3]

YDSA UTSA connection

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This photo of Rick Trevino with the Young Democratic Socialists of America at UTSAfirst appeared on the group's website on November 5, 2017.[4]

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Weekly YDSA Meeting, Hosted by Young Democratic Socialists of America at UTSA

Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM CST

UC 2.01.20 Oak Room

Speech and Q&A with Democratic Socialist Congressional Candidate Rick Trevino ~ 25 Minutes.

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