My name is Adolph Diaz and I am a Migrant Education Graduation Advocate: Assigned to a diversified group of migrant students in the elementary, middle and high schools to set goals to improve grades, attendance, leadership skills and community relationships. I make sure they stay on track to graduate from high school. I graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor of Science. I have held positions in the following areas: housing administrator, appraiser, community block grants, conducted parent involvement activities, served in the USMC four years, received several community awards and served on several boards and commissions. My passion is to prepare students to enroll in college or career paths to trades and follow up to make sure we connect our students to colleges and universities. I want to be a solid Christian example to influence their lives. I am 80 years old and have been married to my beautiful wife for 56 years. We have 3 of the greatest kids on earth; 2 sons and a daughter. All three are professional and our daughter graduated with a PhD, and is a writer and author.