Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education
Cleveland Hall 314
Ángel Bonilla (he/him) is a first-generation college graduate, teacher, and graduate student from Vancouver, WA. He is a 2nd year doctoral student in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education program at WSU Pullman. Having earned a BA in English and secondary education teaching credentials through WSU Pullman’s College of Education in 2020, Ángel was an intervention teacher for Spokane Public Schools before commencing graduate studies in 2021.
Ángel has a passion for fighting to advance equity and the rightful presence of marginalized identities in the schools of communities. He also values building relationships with preservice teachers and collogues, and most importantly, preparing preservice teachers to be critically informed teachers for 21st century learners of all backgrounds.
He has previously worked in the Undergraduate Writing Center at WSU as a writing consultant, mentoring consultant, and a small group writing facilitator. His hobbies include DJ’ing, chasing his toddler around the house, waiting for the Portland Trail Blazers to be NBA champions, and spreading joy to people.