InJeong Yoon received her doctoral degree in Art History and Education with a minor in Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies from the University of Arizona. Before she started teaching at the university level, she worked in public elementary schools as a teacher of multiple subjects for five and half years. Her research centers on (de)coloniality in education, decolonial pedagogy, critical race feminism, and social justice art education. She has been currently working with adult immigrants to build a community for art and emerging bilingual adults. Based on her works on social justice and diversity in art education, she was nominated as one of Emerging Scholars by Diverse Issues in Higher Education in 2018. She presented her works at the National Art Education Association (NAEA), the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), and the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) conferences. Both her teaching and research are heavily informed by critical pedagogy, visual culture studies, and critical race feminism.