Angela Anderson

Student Alliance Coordinator
Dean of Students Office

Angela "Mictlanxochitl" Anderson Guerrero, Ph.D. candidate, M.P.P., is a scholar practitioner whose doctoral studies are exploring the intersections of epistemology, indigenous knowledge and spirituality.  Her dissertation in progress is titled "Testimonio and Knowledge Production Among Transterritorial Mexican and Mexican American Indigenous Spiritual Practitioners: A Decolonial, Participatory, and Grassroots Postmodernist Inquiry".  She is a part of transterritorial Mesoamerican and Lakota spiritual communities in the Americas. She pulls forward these lessons with the community through encounters such as the Indigenous Knowledge Gathering, which was activated in 2015 and most recently held in Tucson, Arizona this past March 2016.  Angela is an integral education adjunct faculty at the Bachelor Completion Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies.  She received an M.A. in public policy and a certificate in health administration and policy from the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy, and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame.

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