Anya Dozier Enos, Ph.D.
Curriculum/Professional Development Director
Anya Dozier Enos serves as curriculum/professional development director at Santa Fe Indian School in Santa Fe, NM. In the spirit of acknowledging expertise and building upon it, she works closely with and supports the work of the principals and student-living director, relying on the capacity within their staffs to build curriculum.
Dr. Dozier Enos is an enrolled member of Santa Clara Pueblo, where she lives with her husband in close proximity to extended family. Her research interests focus on uncovering Pueblo research methodologies and Pueblo community-based education strategies and outcomes. She has served as the external evaluator for a variety of community and education projects, including projects funded by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Energy. The scope of these evaluations has ranged from single tribes or schools to multisite, multistate projects. In addition, Dr. Dozier Enos has authored multiple publications and presentations and has served her community as an appointed member of several boards and task forces.
Dr. Dozier Enos holds associates of fine arts in creative writing and three-dimensional design from the Institute of American Indian Arts, in Santa Fe, NM; a B.A. in English education from the College of Santa Fe; an M.A. in liberal arts from St. John’s College, Santa Fe; and a Ph.D. in educational psychology, with an emphasis on sociocultural perspectives, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.