Luella Wagner is a public speaker, teacher, writer, and documentarian. She has taught internationally in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and on the island of American Samoa. She recently spent a year teaching on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana where she wrote her soon to be published memoir, Up to the Rez.
She presents workshops, seminars, and retreats throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Her workshop titles have included “Understanding the Labyrinth,” “Around the Medicine Wheel,” “Yes on Proposition 34,” “Native American Spirituality, Tradition, and Storytelling” and “Bloom Where You Are Planted.” She has been a guest on LA Talk Radio with Dr. Cheryl Lubin. She also works for the Los Angeles Public Library as a STAR reader for children and young adults.
Her talks are motivational and inspirational and give hope and understanding to those who hear her speak and help everyone find their true purpose and mission in life.
Her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Samoa News, and the Tidings. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Boston University and her Master’s in Educational Theatre from NYU.