1124 11th Street Suite B
Modesto CA, 95354
Tel: 209.238.9496 Fax: 209.238.9495
PIQE’s Modesto regional was founded in 1998. Since its inception, the Modesto office has served over 291 schools in 62 school districts within the counties of Stanislaus, Merced, San Joaquin, Manteca, Stockton, Sacramento City, Elk Grove, El Dorado, Tracy, Natomas, Tehema, Colusa, Plumas, Glenn, Nevada, Yolo, Sutter, Shasta, Yuba, Marysvile, and Butte. The Modesto office has graduated more than 37,081 parents from PIQE’s programs, thus enhancing the education of approximately 111,243 students.
Teresa Guerrero – Executive Director
Teresa Guerrero has been the Executive Director of PIQE’s Modesto regional office since its inception in 1997. She provides leadership and guidance by analyzing and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of operations. Ms. Guerrero also maintains proper organizational structure and effective personnel, partnering closely with senior management to plan the future growth of PIQE’s presence in the region, as well as its strategic response to education and industry trends. She helped establish the Modesto office and expanded PIQE’s services as far north as Redding and as far south as Le Grand, and was instrumental in overseeing the establishment of PIQE’s presence in Fresno County from 2000 to 2003, including the cities of Orosi, Parlier, Mendota, Kings Canyon, and Dinuba. Ms. Guerrero supported and mentored the Executive Director of the Fresno office through the first year of its re-opening and was the first PIQE Executive Director to form a local advisory board.
An active member of her community, Ms. Guerrero is the former president of the Hispanic Leadership Council, the former president of Mujeres Latinas, a former board member of the Community Trust Credit Union, a former member of Outstanding Women for Stanislaus County, a graduate of HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality), and a recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship from the Modesto Rotary Club. In 2005, she was elected to the Ceres Unified School Board and is currently serving her third term. Ms. Guerrero is an active member of the Mujeres Latinas de Stanislaus and serves on the Juvenile Justice Commission for Stanislaus County. She graduated from Livingston High School and attended California State University, Stanislaus.
The daughter of farm workers, Ms. Guerrero resides in Stanislaus County with her husband, Jose Ignacio. She enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, her son Hector and her daughter-in-law Angela.