Office Hours with John Gardner

Episode 59 - Diane Reyna Innovating for Native Students

April 03, 2023 Ethan Campbell Season 1 Episode 57
Office Hours with John Gardner
Episode 59 - Diane Reyna Innovating for Native Students
Show Notes

DIANE REYNA was raised at her father’s village of Taos Pueblo in Northern New Mexico; her mother was from the Pueblo of Okay Owingeh. She is an experienced facilitator, college instructor, and trainer. She retired from the Institute of American Indian Arts in 2015, where she provided comprehensive support and services to first year students. Prior to working at the Institute, she spent 20 years as a videographer, producer, and director in the field of video news and documentary production. She directed the PBS documentary, “Surviving Columbus”, which was awarded the George Foster Peabody in 1993. She has spent most of her adult life in engaged in the arts and in education.