Princella RedCorn serves as Communications Officer for the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, a Native nonprofit addressing safety for Native women and their children. She is an enrolled member of the Umóⁿhoⁿ (Omaha) Tribe of Nebraska and lives on the Wah-Zha-Zhi (Osage) Indian Reservation with her husband and son. As Communications Officer for the NIWRC, she shares best practices and resources with tribal domestic violence shelters and programs and educates the general public through various media platforms. She is a member of the Native American Journalists Association and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Theatre from Creighton University and a Master’s degree in Professional Journalism from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. In November of 2016, RedCorn earned the prestigious “Native American 40 Under 40 Award”- an award that recognizes and celebrates those who have demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication and made significant contribution in business and their community.
Before joining the NIWRC, she produced two documentary films on PBS about Native Americans. Standing Bear’s Footsteps broadcast in 2012 and Medicine Women broadcast in 2016. She worked within the Corporation for Public Broadcasting system as a Special Media Projects Coordinator for Vision Maker Media (formerly Native American Public Telecommunications). She served as a board member for the Montana nonprofit, Hopa Mountain, and has experience working and volunteering within and for Native American communities promoting college powwows, film festivals, Omaha Tribe casino events and cultural family nights in Lincoln, Nebraska.