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cultural educator

Jay Lewis Cravath, American cultural educator. Named 1992 Citizen of Year, Arizona Cable television Association, 1992, Arizona Scholar of Year, Arizona Humanities Council, 1994, Faculty Member of Year, Maricopa County Community Colleges, 1996; Bilingual fellow, Arizona State University, 2000-2002.

Background

Cravath, Jay Lewis was born on March 15, 1951 in Bozeman, Montana, United States. Son of John Lewis and Margaret Lee Cravath.

Education

Bachelor in Music and Psychology, Rocky Mountain College, 1973. Master of Arts in Humanities Education, Arizona State University, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University, 2002.

Career

Speaker, scholar Arizona Humanities Council, Phoenix, 1989—2006. Cultural educator Colorado River Indian Tribes, Parker, since 2002. Managing editor Journal American Indian Education Arizona State University Center for Indian Education, Tempe, 1998—2006.

Membership

Board directors Poston Project, preservation and museum at former Japanese American Internment Camp. Member Four Nations Community School Board. Music director Epiphany Episcopal Church, Tempe, 1994—2002.

Member of Arizona Council for Social Studies (president 1999—2000, board directors), Arizona Humanities Council (associate. Speakers bureau 1989—2006).

Connections

Children: Chloe Ann Moore, Jeffrey William.

father:
John Lewis

mother:
Margaret Lee Cravath

child:
Chloe Ann Moore Cravath

child:
Jeffrey William Cravath