Teacher for the Visually Impaired and Blind
Alice Loma joined ACBVI in August of 2017. Alice began her career in 1990 dedicating her services in working in the field of early childhood programs, which directed her towards achieving her career in education. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the Arizona State University which she acquired in 2002 and a Master’s degree in Special Education as a Teacher for the Visually Impaired and Blind (SPED-TVI) from the University of Arizona in 2009. She will begin her educational path in working towards her master’s degree in assistive technology through the University of Boston in Massachusetts beginning this fall. Alice is a true Native to Arizona. She is ½ Hopi Pueblo from Northern Arizona and ½ Zia Pueblo from New Mexico. She speaks her Native language with ease and appreciates her strong culturally rich heritage. She is a poet by heart and a writer of words, she found her interest in education through her passion for creative writing and a nurturing heart for helping others. In her free time, she has a passion for running, swimming and cycling which she attributes towards therapy for the mind, body and spirit. “Education is a door opening towards achievement, and success is measured by the happiness placed fourth through achieving your goals.” (ALOMA51718)
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