Teaching Practice

I started teaching during the senior year of my undergraduate degree, inspired by an Alaskan Native professor at Western Washington University. Since that time I’ve tried to reach across a diverse selection of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level courses. These include:

Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Studies, Union Institute and University
  • Complexity and Leadership, Engaging Difference, Group Dynamics, Fundamentals of Leadership and Community Based Leadership. 
Doctor of Education in Educational and Professional Practice, Antioch University
  • Leadership and Social Justice, Research Methods.
MBA-American Indian Entrepreneurship, Gonzaga University
  • Tribal Leadership, Entrepreneurship Strategy
College of the Rockies
  • Indigenous Scholar in Residence, Ktunaxa Language I, Ktunaxa Language II.
Selkirk College
  • Regional Perspectives, Ktunaxa Language Workshop, Indigenization co-instruction.