Michael Sepidoza Campos teaches at Convent & Stuart Hall, Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco. In Ethics, he guides his students to explore the correlation between personhood and citizenship as they interrogate exclusionary conditions, focusing on the Holocaust and Japanese-American internment, given their direct bearing on members of their learning community. His work in the classroom both informs and is shaped by his research at the intersection of Filipino-American diaspora, post-colonialism, queer theory, and critical pedagogy. In addition to high school teaching, Campos is an adjunct professor in the Theology and Religious Education Department of De La Salle University Manila.