Research Consultant, Chicago Artists Partners in Education, (2003 – 2008).
•Provided arts integration, action research, and documentation workshops and training for Chicago, Illinois area teachers grades PreK-12, artists, and museum educators
•Researcher for Department of Education Early Literacy and the Arts grant,
•Co-developed assessment tool SEAL: Snapshot of Early Arts Literacy
•Served on advisory board with other representatives from national arts organizations
University of New Mexico – Indian Policy Program
With Dr. Penny Bird and Dr. Chris Sims. Designed workshop series for New Mexico and Arizona Native American Language Immersion early childhood – high school educators. Introduced the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach. Included working with art materials and inquiry based approaches. Organized tours of Tucson Children’s Project Head Start classrooms and art studios.
Presided over the organization of bringing the Wonder of Learning exhibit from the educational programs of Reggio Emilia, Italy to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Sciences, Albuquerque, New Mexico June through November, 2014.
• Managed large group of volunteers across New Mexico
• Organized state-wide professional development opportunities and school tours - including scholarships for teachers from rural and under-served areas
•Coordinated events with several organizations across