Sasha Sicurella is a Canadian-born arts education specialist, photographer, and filmmaker who has worked with Art Omi: Education since its inception in 2005. She has taught art to students ages 1-100 in a variety of schools and educational settings. Sasha is the founding director of the I AM: Projects, a non-profit organization that works globally to provide opportunities for children and youth to explore identity through art. The projects have reached individuals in 25 countries across 5 continents and the work has been exhibited in the United States and internationally at museums and art centers in Tel Aviv, Milan, Mumbai, Addis Ababa, Bratislava, Ulan Bator, Sao Paulo, Sarajevo, Çanakkale, Lisbon, and the in United States. She is a contributing partner of kahani magazine for girls, a content coordinator for Girl Rising and a member of The International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA). Sasha holds a BFA from the University of British Columbia and an MFA from New York University. As a believer that access to the arts can transform communities, she is passionate about supporting the next generation of makers, creators, thinkers, and dreamers.