Kara Bobroff is founder and executive director of Native American Community Academy (NACA), a tuition-free public charter school that includes students from more than 37 different tribes. NACA works to integrate culture, wellness, language, community, family, and preparation for college into each child’s education. She was recognized in 2009 by President Obama as one of 100 top social innovators in the nation; has been invited by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to help write the 20-year plan for Indian Education; and has presented the NACA model to local, regional, and national audiences. Bobroff served on the White House Faith-Based Advisory Council. She holds a Master’s in Special Education and an Ed.S. in Educational Administration as a Danforth Scholar from the University of New Mexico.