Sena Harjo is a thriving member of the Seminole, Choctaw and Creek nations of Oklahoma. She was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Presently Harjo works at Clayton Early Learning as a Child Family Educator. She believes that early childhood education is critical to positive child outcomes. Harjo is currently earning her PhD from the University of Colorado Denver focusing on Educational Social Justice. Harjo is passionate about connecting traditionally marginalized communities, such as the local American Indian community, to educational systems and learning environments. She sits on the MINDSOURCE board with the mindset of education, prevention, access and awareness.