Equine Facilitated Energy Work
Next Level Diversity Equity Inclusion: Strategies for Committing
Everyone is in Vertigo: Inspiration in Disorientation
Healing the Conversation on Race
Healing Narratives: Decolonizing Our Minds, Our Bodies, Ourselves
Equine Facilitated inspiration: Contemplation & Writing
Equine Facilitated Energy Balancing
Individual & Small Group Energy Balancing
Artist Coaching & Inspiration
Selfcare as Professional Development: Educators, Activists, & Advocates Support
Available for Programming,
Lectures, & Keynotes
My approach focuses on noticing what you know, and working from insight -- from your experience, your senses, your intuition -- while I hold space, and guide as appropriate. I’ve been an educator and meditation practitioner for 20+ years. My scholarship and teaching center literature, visual arts, media, liberatory somatics, and embodied social justice. In grad school as a neurodiverse, working class single parent and first generation college student and grad student, I taught at UC Berkeley in English, Native American Studies, and African American Studies. I then earned an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA, and am currently Phebe Estelle Spalding Professor of English & Africana Studies at Pomona College where I've been on the faculty for 23 years.
I live and work on Tongva land and honor indigenous rights.