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Peggy Muller-Aragón

Peggy Muller-AragónPeggy Muller-Aragón
District 2

Vice President
Board of Education, Term Expires: 2023

Phone: (505) 880-3729
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Video Introduction


  • APS Board Member 2015-present
  • BS in Elementary Education
  • MA in Education Administration

Born and raised in Grants, New Mexico, Peggy Muller-Aragón attended John Adams Middle School and graduated from West Mesa High School.  She has called the Westside of Albuquerque home for most of her life. Peggy earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and a master's in education administration from the University of New Mexico.  Peggy retired as a teacher with 26 years of classroom experience after serving her entire career with Albuquerque Public Schools. Peggy and her husband’s three daughters also attended schools on the Westside of Albuquerque. 

Ms. Muller-Aragón works to support the district's mission and vision by seeking innovative ideas from all stakeholders, including parents and the students who fill APS classrooms.  She is devoted to listening to every constituent, to helping get answers to their questions and concerns, and to never diminish their opinion or question since it is they, who know what is best for their children and the district’s schools.

“I see our children as our greatest opportunity. Our community school movement is another great growth opportunity. Our challenges are stagnated academic performance, most especially for our children of color, as well as, our district's apparent lack of interest in embracing reform.” – PMA 2019

“What I love about being on the school board, for the graduations, I get to see kids who were once in my kindergarten classroom.” – PMA 2020

“I love seeing the kids in activities, my favorite part is getting to go to the schools and seeing the kids and getting to interact with them.” – PMA 2020

“I would really like to see every high school have a real true career path.  Whereas a ninth grader, you’d be able to choose the high school that best fits what your career path is, like an electrician or a plumber, or going to college. You should be able to do that, and have the education to do that.” – PMA 2020

Organizations Present and Past

  • Roadrunner Food Bank
  • Girl Scout Leader
  • Soccer Team Mom
  • Volleyball Team Mom
  • Local/State Political Volunteer
  • Ward Officer
  • Chairperson Student Success Committee
  • Member of SAT Team
  • Hope Christian Athletic Booster
  • St. Pius High School Fine Arts Booster Member
  • St. Pius High School Fine Arts Booster President, 2007-2009
  • Tres Hermanas, Owner/Manager, 2007-2008
  • Rocon Inc., Owner/Contractor, 2004-2009
  • New Mexico Business Coalition Hero of the Year
  • Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Education Advocate of the Year
  • NALEO Board of Directors
  • NALEO Educational Fund Board of Directors