Marlena Robbins

Marlena Robbins is Diné (Navajo) from Crystal, NM. She earned her Master’s in American Indian Studies - Indigenous Rights and Social Justice from ASU. Her research includes the use of art as a spiritual expression for Indigenous well-being and has dedicated her focus to advocating for art within the fields of Indigenous mental health. Read More ››

Nikki Locklear

Miss., Locklear has worked 12+ years in DV Advocacy with over 10 years in direct services as an advocate and as a Shelter Manager at a DV/SA/HT Agency. In these positions, she has had the opportunity to work with state and federally funded grants geared toward providing culturally congruent services to American Indians. Read More ››

Annie Belcourt

Dr. Belcourt (Otter Woman) is an American Indian Associate Professor in the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Montana’s Pharmacy Practice and School of Public and Community Health Sciences Departments (enrolled tribal member of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Mandan, Hidatsa, Blackfeet, and Chippewa descent).  Read More ››