Dr. Sara Poggio is Associate Professor of Spanish and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). She is also Founder and Co-Chair of the International Migration Section of Latin American Studies Association. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1554609311522950/ She studies Latino transnational families in the United States emphasizing the effects of family separation and reunification on the lives of immigrants particularly children.
Sara Poggio and Maria Amelia Viteri. 2014. Cuerpo, Education y Liderazgo Politico: Una Mirada desde El Genero y los Estudios Feministas (Body, Education and Political Leadership from the Perspective of Gender and Feminist Studies). FLACSO (Facultad Lationamericana de Ciencias Sociales) Quito, Ecuador.
Gingling. T. and Poggio, S.,’Family Separation and Reunification as a Factor in the Educational Success of Immigrant Children’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Volume 38, Issue 7, 2012.
Sara Z. Poggio and T.H. Gindling. 2010. “Promoting the educational success of Latin America immigrant children separated from parents during migration” in Migration and culture edited by Gil S. and Epstein, Ira N. Bingley, U.K. : Emerald, 2010.