Ana Page is a long-time local leader in education that has devoted her life to teaching the next generation of students in Orange County.
Ana Page currently serves as a Associate Faculty member of Child Development and Education at Saddleback and Santiago Canyon College, and a Director of Education of a Children’s Museum.
Born and raised in the city of Orange, she is a dedicated and passionate advocate for the children and families of this community. She is committed to doing everything she can to protect Orange County's children’s rights to a high-quality, accessible education that will help them learn, thrive, and succeed. Having worked with students ranging from 2 years old to college students, she knows what needs to be done to help students reach their fullest potential.
With over 20 years of experience working in the field of education, Ana brings the expertise, advocacy, and genuine care for children that we need to support our children in these truly unprecedented and challenging times. For her extensive work in advocating for the needs of children at the local and state levels as President of the non-profit, Orange County Association for the Education of Young Children, Ana was designated as a recipient of the "Congressional Women of Distinction Award" by Congressman Lou Correa. In addition, she was honored as an outstanding educator by the California Association for the Education of Young Children, and she was recognized as an Advocate of Children for her work serving local schools.