• Sulema Caballero, Assistant Professor of Early Development and Education, has over 20 years in the field of Early Childhood. She started with the Head Start program working as a Teacher, Teacher Director, Health Coordinator and then Health Manager. During her tenure years at Head Start. Caballero obtained her first Child Development Associate (CDA) credential during her Head Start years and has continued to update to keep up with the new trends and requirements and also with the competencies. She came to Coastal Bend College in August of 2002 and started as a Child Development Instructor. During her time with Coastal Bend College, she had an awesome Supervisor that encouraged her to pursue a Master Degree in Early Childhood.  She went back to the University of Texas in San Antonio, and graduated with a Master Degree in Education with emphasis in Early Childhood. She has worked with Coastal Bend College for 15 years in the capacity of Adjunct and full-time instructor.  She has a passion and love for working with students and paving their road toward success.  Caballero earned an Associate Degree in Psychology from Palo Alto College.  She earned a Bachelor Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (2001) from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).  She also earned a Master’s degree in Education with emphasis in Early Childhood from UTSA (2005).  Caballero continues to renew her  Child Development Credential (CDA) through the Child Development Associate Council of Early Childhood. Caballero’s dedication to instruction is to ensure that students are equipped with the knowledge of working with young children and families. Caballero has also presented lectures at local daycare facilities to ensure training hours for child care providers.

    Bio: Sulema C Caballero 

    My name is Sulema Caballero. I was born in Poteet, Texas. I graduated from Poteet High School and did not attend College right away. I have two sons and four adopted girls. I have lived in Pleasanton, Texas for over 40 years. I have always had a passion for working with children even as a teenager. My first job working with children was with the Head Start Program. I started as a teacher, then was promoted to teacher director, health coordinator, health manager and parent involvement manager. In 2002, I left Head Start when I was hired at Coastal Bend College. I have worked for Coastal bend for 15 years in the capacity of full time and adjunct instructor. During my service at Coastal Bend College, my supervisor encouraged me to further my education and work toward my masters. I took her advice and graduated with a Master Degree in Education with my emphasis in Early Childhood in 2005. 

    I love working for Coastal Bend College and working with every student. I believe every student is unique and has their own way of learning. I look forward to making a difference in their lives.