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Speakers Bureau

NIWRC encourages peer-to-peer communication and direct collaboration to better serve the needs and safety of Native women. To facilitate this connection, we developed a valuable resource, the NIWRC Speakers Bureau, which is a listing of individuals and programs, not affiliated with NIWRC, but with expertise in various areas of violence against Native women that programs and organizations can review to find experts and consultants for their trainings, speaking events, and more. If you are looking for speakers, presenters, trainers or field experts, the Speakers Bureau offers the ability to identify experts by a variety of dimensions, such as tribal affiliation, state, areas of expertise, etc., making it easy to find experts that fill specific needs. Please coordinate directly with those included in the Speakers Bureau using the contact information provided. Note: Inclusion of a speaker in our Speakers Bureau does not mean that NIWRC necessarily recommends that speaker. While NIWRC may have utilized many of the speakers in the Bureau, inclusion in the Bureau does not include a vetting of the speaker’s knowledge, abilities, cost, etc. by NIWRC. We strongly encourage anyone utilizing the Speakers Bureau to conduct an independent vetting of any potential speakers and to request references prior to any bookings. If you are a speaker/presenter/trainer/expert: We encourage you to submit your and/or your organization's information into our Speakers Bureau, so that you can be an additional resource for those who are looking for speakers, trainers, and presenters.

Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc.
Lower Brule Lakota Nation
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Shoshone (Duck Water) & Cherokee
Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative
Amy and her 'sis' Diane
Language of the Heart, LLC
Spiritually adopted sister to Diane Fineday, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
University of Montana
Enrolled Mandan & Hidatsa (Blackfeet and Chippewa Descendant)
Native American
Lakota & Gros Ventre (Ft. Belknap, Montana)
University of Washington--Schools of Social Work & Public Health and Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
Opelousas Coushatta Descendant
United American Indian Involvement, Inc.
Dakota Sioux
Stepping Stones Publications
Cayuga Nation
Adakai Consulting
Turtle Mountain Ojibwa
Crystal Cavalier
Eastern Woodland Association
Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
WA State Native American Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault-WomenSpirit Coalition
Lower Elwha Klallam
Ponca Tribe of NE
Santee Sioux of NE
Warrior Women
Shawnee Descent
Adakai Consulting
Mending the Sacred Hoop
White Earth Nation / Winnebago
War Flower Society - setting up the non-profit (preliminary stages)
Cherokee Nation
Kanyen'kehà:ka (Mohawk) Nation (enrolled member)
Indigenous Women's Justice Institute
Oglala Sioux/HoChunk
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and Native American Legal Resource Center, Oklahoma City Univ. School of Law
Cherokee Descent
Tate Topa Consulting, LLC
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate
Indigenous Collaboration, Inc.
Apsaaloke (Crow)
Blackfeet and Nez Perce
Pipestem Law PC
Cherokee Nation
Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
Tawacin Tanka
Rosebud Sioux Tribe
White Elk Woman
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe
FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture
Cherokee Nation
Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Descendant of White Earth Band of Ojibwe