Rachele Agoyo, born in 1942 and raised in Cochiti and Santo Domingo Pueblo, has an innate love of native teachings.  With her advance degrees and cultural upbringing, she as a Head Teacher developed the first Head Start program in a native Pueblo.   After marriage, she moved with her husband to his homelands of Okay Owingeh Pueblo where she began a career as a traditional storyteller and a freelance journalist.  The storytelling and writing helped her to continue sharing the rich culture and heritage of her Native American Pueblos.  She has been a major Inter generational relational influence since 1990 within Tewa Women United.