This handout accompanies the webinar "Safe and Supportive Learning Webinar Series: Social Emotional Learning in the Service of Equity" produced by the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs.
Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs
This handout accompanies the webinar "Safe and Supportive Learning Webinar Series: Understanding the Intersections of Trauma and the School-to-Prison Pipeline" produced by the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs.
Nubia Pena, J.D. and Joél Arvizo-Zavala, M.Ed. lead a webinar on the intersections of trauma and historically marginalized youth for educators. One of a four-part series on creating safe and supportive learning environments for vulnerable students in stressful times.
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About the presenters:
Nubia Peña, J.D. is the Director for the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs where their mission is to promote an inclusive climate for Utah's growing diverse community through training, outreach and youth leadership development. As a national training consultant, she is dedicated to bringing awareness to intersections of trauma and the School-to- Prison Pipeline, an epidemic that targets our most vulnerable youth by streamlining them into the juvenile justice system.
Dr. Arvizo-Zavala currently serves as a curriculum specialist for the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs. Additionally, they serve as a researcher with the Utah Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice and as Executive Director of Resilient Education Consulting. They have over ten years of experience in education, community development, and research on social justice.