Vosa is an educator and school leader specializing in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. Throughout his 14 years of teaching and leadership, Vosa has strived to share his life-long love for learning, and to build teams of committed educators that empower their communities.
Vosa started his career in education as an undergraduate at the State University of California at San Jose; he began teaching in Los Angeles as a corps member in Teach for America. Vosa then moved to Korea for six years, where he worked in school expansion and curricular development. He returned to the Bay Area to help start The Primary School in East Palo Alto.
For more than a decade, Vosa has taken high school students from around the US on immersive intercultural programs throughout Europe and South America during the summers; he has led multiple groups on programs specializing in Cultural Discovery, Environmental Conservation, Ancient Civilizations and Indigenous People, Language Training, Community Service, and Youth Empowerment and Leadership. He currently serves on the Community Advisory Board for Stanford University’s Center for Clinical Research and is helping to start the second school of The Primary School in Hayward, CA.