Dahlia Quintanilla is the founder of Liberated Learning, an organization aimed at transforming learning environments to be restorative, healing-centered, and culturally responsive using community-based solutions and approaches. With over 8 years of experience in education, Dahlia has served as a K-8 classroom teacher, reading intervention specialist, impact coach, facilitator, and curriculum designer.
Dahlia is passionate about providing people with high-quality learning experiences. She has earned a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Community Engagement and is certified in Somatic Healing.
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