Pablo Stayton

Humanities Educator

Pablo earned a BA in Human Development and Social Relations from Earlham College in Richmond, IN and a Masters of Global Studies with a concentration in Human Rights from Denver University Graduate School of International Studies.  He was an Instructor, Course Director, Program Director, Senior Program Director and Safety Coordinator at Voyageur Outward Bound School for 10 years, Spanish and Humanities Teacher at Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning for 9 years and has been at Watershed as a Humanities Educator for 8 years.

Pablo has spent 1200+ days in the field with students in Minnesota, Montana, Arizona, Texas, Colorado, and Mexico, has led extensive 1-3 week educational trips to Copper Canyon, Mexico, (8x),Texas/Mexico border (10x), Guatemala (3x), Nicaragua (3x), Tijuana, San Luis Valley, CO, Navajo Reservation (2x), San Francisco's Chinatown (3x), various destinations throughout Wyoming and Colorado, organized and facilitated HS students to participate in an archeological dig in Ojinaga, Mexico, and led a 3 week trip for the World Leadership School in Costa Rica.

He enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 boys, carpentry, hiking rock climbing, mountaineering, expedition white-water canoeing, and extensive personal travel.