Ben Graber

Seminar Instructor, National Notary Association

Ben Graber is a seminar instructor for the National Notary Association where he has already trained over 2,000 Notaries on California Notary laws and best practices. He was born and raised in Berkeley, California. He received his BA in History and American Indian Studies from San Francisco State. He went on to complete his MA degree in U.S. History with a specialization in Race and Gender in the 20th Century United States. Ben also studied the History of Latin America as well as the Middle East. He has done extensive oral history with tribal nations across California including the Pomo, Ohlone, and Mojave peoples. Ben has presented academic papers at the Human Rights Conference in San Francisco and the California Indian Conference. He also has a permanent exhibit on Alcatraz Island about American Indians and their history with the island. He has been a frequent guest lecturer at San Francisco State in the History and American Indian Studies departments. Ben was a history professor for seven years at University of Phoenix, Bay Area campus. Ben speaks Spanish and does volunteer work in Spanish-speaking communities in the East Bay.

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