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Leadership Academy Graduation

01:30:00

Feb 26, 2021 06:41 PM

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JOSÉ G. GONZÁLEZ
Chicano Conservationist, Educator, Teacher and Founder of Latino Outdoors
A conservationist through pursuit and education, a teacher and artist by training and practice. and a Chicano/Latino by identity, José G. González (he/him) is the Founder and Former Executive Director for Latino Outdoors. He is a professional educator with training in the fields of education and conservation while engaging in different artistic endeavors with art and messaging—often exploring the intersection of the environment and culture. His current work also focuses on Equity & Inclusion frameworks and practices in the environmental, outdoor, and conservation fields. He is also an illustrator and science communication. José likes to play with design, words, science, and education—engaging in the interdisciplinary intersections of how we view and engage with the world. Be it a piece of art, poem, or scientific fact, José likes to weave ideas with people while appreciating the beauty of it all. He is a proud community college graduate, received his B.A at the University of California
The Tewa
Musician, Producer, and so much more!
The Tewa is an up and coming indigenous artist. His musical genre is eclectic: a melodious fusion of jazz, blues, and indigenous sounds. In his songs, you can hear a blend of soulful jazz instruments as well as the native flute and drum. Additionally, his ability to integrate powerful snippets of natural sounds allow the listener to venture beyond the present moment. Audiences, young and old alike, will resonate with the magical tunes of The Tewa.