Patricia de Leon

Mrs. De Leon began her career at the New Teacher Project, a Teach for America subsidiary that trains college graduates for high-impact teaching positions in urban school districts. Patricia subsequently transitioned to a human capital management role at the Dallas Independent School District, where she helped administer crucial bi-lingual education programs—giving her a unique vantage point on immigration and other complex diversity challenges.

Patricia graduated from the South San Antonio public school system, where her two parents dedicated their careers to education. She previously served as the Alcuin Parents’ Club President and has four children currently enrolled at Alcuin.

Patricia graduated from Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Political Science and subsequently received her Master of Science degree in Social Studies Education from Syracuse University. She received her law degree from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law and she is licensed by the State Bar of Texas. Her work has spanned diverse family business and human capital matters, and she, along with her husband Fernando, currently oversee the De Leon family’s philanthropic initiatives.