Cary Mollinedo grew up in Dallas, Texas attending public schools in the Richardson Independent School District (RISD). She graduated from The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Education. After receiving her B.S., she returned to Dallas where she worked as an elementary school teacher for RISD and Dallas Independent School District. She then went on to receive her Masters in Administration from The University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas, in 2006. She soon became an administrator and is currently responsible for implementing state programs at the campus level for a public school district.
She is happily married and is a mother of two precious and silly children. She is a devoted and loving Aunt to many nieces and nephews all of whom encourage and inspire her love of childhood development and the unique gifts each child brings to the world. Cary is a dedicated supporter of providing a quality education for ALL children. Cary recognizes that children with atypical patterns of development are often shortchanged in public schools. She takes a particular interest in the educational challenges and strengths of each individual child. She has a heart for the child who struggles and for the child who is under-served and unseen.