Cereescia is a a bi-racial Indigenous American educator who sees her identity as directly connected to her purpose. She is devoted to re-imagining education for all students while centering liberation for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asian American students. Cereescia has been teaching for 14 years and received her Masters in Ed. at University of Oregon as part of the Sapsik'wala' Indigenous Teacher Education Program. She has dedication to Deeper Learning that has been nurtured through her time working within the High Tech High organization. Her experience as a Leading for Equity Fellow with the National Equity Project prompted her to pursue a path focused on disrupting educational inequity, through designing, coaching, and leading adult educational experiences. She currently serves as graduate faculty of the Teton Science School Graduate Program in Jackson Hole, WY.