Secondary Social Studies Teacher
Ella-Kari Loftfield has more than twenty years of experience teaching history and language arts to young adults in the public schools of California and New Mexico. Originally recruited by the Japanese American National Museum to write middle school curriculum about the Department of Justice Camp in Santa Fe, she subsequently decided to pursue a master’s degree in History. Her master’s thesis concerns the transformative power of the Tule Lake Pilgrimage. She is currently a secondary school social studies teacher.