In Summer 2016, I was a sempai for GAKKO, a global educational collective that create interdisciplinary summer workshops and experiences. I taught and mentored high school students for two-weeks at the world-renowned Green School in Bali, Indonesia.

Here I designed and facilitated an experiential workshop that looked at the politics of historical landmarks, specifically monuments and memorials. Learning outcomes from this workshop included a critical understanding of privilege in a global framework and the political implications of having privilege when influencing historical perspective.