I am an educator with almost two decades in the field who believes that diversity and creative collaboration are the keys to innovative and systemic change. As a practiced communicator and collaborator with diverse constituencies, my work as an artist and teacher is an expression of many voices. I have authored social justice, diversity, arts integrated and interdisciplinary curriculum, and have experience as a teacher coach and administrator of distinct educational youth programming. My artwork has shown in galleries and museums; my creative work is my life. I have experienced white and straight privilege, yet identify as a Queer, cis-gendered, ethnically mixed, mother and partner. The pronouns I use are she/her. I strongly identify as a lifelong learner.