Don has taught a wide variety of topics since 1971 at institutions including the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Sinte Gleska College, and Evergreen both at Olympia and Tacoma. Topics include civil rights law in education, tribal treaties and law, non-profit management and development, and social enterprise creation, management, marketing, and development; among others. He has dedicated his life to effective, sustainable, and culturally-appropriated community development. He regularly teaches in other programs beyond his own.
B.S., Political Science and Psychology, University of Oregon, 1971; J.D., University of Oregon Law School, 1975.