Lisa Sass Zaragoza has worked in the educational arena in both rural and
urban settings as a youth worker, teacher, community organizer, school
administrator and consultant. Her past work as a union organizer with
migrant farmworkers, student home placement coordinator for US students
studying abroad and former director of the U-Migrant Project guide and
inform her current work as the Programs and Outreach Coordinator of the
Department of Chicano and Latino Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Ms. Sass Zaragoza also regularly teaches a class on issues impacting
migrant farmworkers and a class entitled Community Engagement in a Social
Justice Framework.