Juanita Sandoval is a PhD student in the Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies program. Juanita's research focuses on Education and Social Justice. She was an educator for 10 years in the public school system in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she taught elementary, middle, high school and in teacher preparation classes. Her focus in teaching has been in bilingual and TESOL education along with anit-racist and critical pedagogies. She plans to do educational and advocacy work with migrant and refugee communities along the US-Mexico border, and previously volunteered teaching ESL in Altar, Sonora, Mexico to migrant farm workers at the CCAMYN, Casa del Migrante.
PhD Student, Teaching Learning and Sociocultural Studies