Rosa Perez Salas
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Part of Guampedia's Women in Guam History commemorative poster series. All posters in this series consist of an image of the individual being recognized, along with a brief biography with notable accomplishments. Poster design by Odyessa San Nicolas.
Rosa Teresita Perez Salas (1926-1998) was an educator and vocal advocate for the physically and intellectually disabled, as well as the elderly. She spent decades as a teacher in the Guam public school system, and was appointed Chief of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation in 1969 by Governor Carlos G. Camacho. During this period, Salas started the School for the Deaf at New Piti School in 1969 as the first locally-funded program for the intellectually disabled and the deaf. She helped found and served as director of the Guam Department of Vocational Rehabilitation in the late 1970s and 1980s.
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DIMENSIONS: 20" x 30"
WEIGHT: 2.8 oz