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udallfoundation May 31
Our have arrived in Washington, D.C., and the Native American Congressional Internship is off to a great start!
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udallfoundation May 23
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udallfoundation May 23
Tamee is a citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation and is pursuing a Master of Public Health with a concentration in health policy. A two-time Udall Scholar, Tamee plans to obtain a Doctor of Medicine and continue her policy and advocacy work on the Tribal, State, and Federal levels.
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udallfoundation May 21
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udallfoundation May 21
Selena is a member of the Penobscot and Maliseet Nations. She is passionate about ending the epidemic of violence against Indigenous women and hopes to pursue an independent research project focusing on the impacts of the extractive industry on Native women.
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udallfoundation May 16
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udallfoundation May 16
Raven is a member of the Navajo Nation, born of the Black Streaked Wood People from Twin Lakes, New Mexico. She plans to work in Tribal public policy to build environmentally sustainable communities on Native reservations and to advocate for Tribal empowerment nationwide.
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udallfoundation May 14
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udallfoundation May 14
Qay-liwh is a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe and a descendant of the Tsnungwe Tribe. She studies environmental sciences at Oregon State University, specializing in environmental water resources and environmental policy and economics.
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udallfoundation May 9
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Kellylynn is Navajo from Crownpoint, New Mexico. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and aims to strengthen mental health services and policy through increased collaboration between traditional healers, stakeholders, and mental health professionals.
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udallfoundation May 7
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udallfoundation May 7
Kami is a descendant of the Euchee and Seminole Tribes and a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. She is passionate about improving policies and awareness surrounding health disparities, environmental issues, and youth education.
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udallfoundation May 3
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udallfoundation May 2
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udallfoundation May 2
Kacey is a member of the Pueblo of Zuni and attends Michigan State University College of Law. His current interests involve addressing environmental and natural resources issues that affect Indigenous communities, including water rights and cultural resource protection.
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udallfoundation Apr 30
JOB OPPORTUNITY: PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
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udallfoundation Apr 30
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udallfoundation Apr 30
Julie is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. She attends the University of Tulsa College of Law, and previously interned with a Native law firm where she studied Tribal implementation of special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction.
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udallfoundation Apr 25
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