Jaime first came to Naropa as an undergraduate student and earned her BA here in the InterArts: Dance & Movement Studies and Minor in Traditional Eastern Arts in 2003. She went on to train and perform for several years both with Logo Ligi and Kissidugu West African Percussion & Dance before completing her MFA in Dance at the University of CO-Boulder. With a Secondary Emphasis in Ethnic Studies, her graduate work focused on intersections of dance, embodiment and spirituality with racism, cultural appropriation, and white privilege. She returned to Naropa in 2004 to dedicate her energies to diversity programming and cultural transformation with what became the Office for Inclusive Community. She has also served as Coordinator of Student & Campus Life and as Adjunct Faculty at Naropa. Jaime currently serves as Graduate Academic Advisor for Wilderness Therapy, while also working full-time as an Atelierista and Teacher Candidate at Compositive Primary and working towards her early childhood teaching license with Friends School Teacher Preparation Program.