Alberto Cuadra studied Business Administration specializing in Personnel Management, at U.C. Berkeley and East Bay University through 1969. Alberto continued his Post Grad studies at E.B.U. Hayward in Educational Psychology and Evaluation of Educational Studies until 1973.
From 1969 until 1980, Alberto worked at the New Haven Unified School District, first as a Teacher, then as a Counselor and the last three years as School Director of the Manpower Development and Training Center. He was a member of the NHUSD.
From 1981 until Alberto’s second retirement in 2008, he worked for the International Consulting Firms in the Washington D.C. area: Roy Jorgensen Associates, De Leuw Cather and Louis Berger International. Alberto worked in a total of 28 different countries at national level, as Management and Training Specialist, Deputy Manager or Project Manager. These countries are located in the Asia, Africa, Caribean, Central and South America.
Alberto participated in the Civic and Community Associations/Projects as follows:
Hispanic Community Affairs Council- FOUNDER
Project Intercept. 1973 and 1974- Board Member
Carnales Unidos Reformando Adictos (C.U.R.A) 1972-1974- Board Member
Economic Opportunity Agency of Southern Alameda County. 1972 1973- Board Member. Representing the cities of: Livermore, Pleasanton, Castro Valley and Sunol.