This webinar will focus on the perseverance and successes of educators throughout this year of changes. Join your colleagues to hear from Gabriella Cázares-Kelly about perseverance (and possibly play a game of Change Bingo), learn about spheres of influence to focus your energy on the things you can change, and connect with similar grade level/content educators in breakout rooms to share successes.
About Gabriella Cázares-Kelly: Gabriella is the current Pima County Recorder. She leads an office that oversees voter registration, early voting, and document recording for the county. She is a proud, union dues paying, former #RedForEd public school educator and community organizer. She is one of four women who co-founded Indivisible Tohono, a grassroots, community organization that provides opportunities for education and civic engagement for members of her tribe, the Tohono O’odham Nation.
She was inspired to run for office after encountering many systemic barriers that were preventing people from simply getting registered to vote. She lives with her husband, Ryan, and their two children, who are now voting age. She is the first Native American to hold an elected Pima County office and the 3rd Native American to hold a county level office in the State of Arizona.