Speakers Bureau

Find independent speakers, trainers, and field experts focused on issues of violence against Native women. The Speakers Bureau is a unique listing of individuals, consultants, and programs, though not directly affiliated or employed with NIWRC. As such, we strongly encourage you to research and vet any potential speaker, the organizations the speaker is affiliated with, and their knowledge, abilities, and costs prior to booking. Please contact speakers using the contact information provided.

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Executive Director
Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc.

Ms. Lisa Heth has worked in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse for over 24 years. She… More Info ››

Branch Chief
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

I developed a domestic violence curriculum primarily for police and advocates during my tenure with Cangleska/Sacred… More Info ››

Director of Operations
Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative

I have been conducting community-based participatory action research and program evaluation with American Indian… More Info ››

Nurturing the Spirit: Beyond Behavior Management
Language of the Heart, LLC

Amy is an advocate for children, and has provided training or presentations for the Cherokee Nation Head Start,… More Info ››

Associate Professor, College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences Health Disparities Initiatives
University of Montana

Dr. Belcourt (Otter Woman) is an American Indian Associate Professor in the College of Health Professions and… More Info ››

Director
Native American Wellness.net

My adult life-long involvement  (some 30 plus years) has been in the realm of Prevention, Intervention, Treatment… More Info ››

Associate Professor
University of Washington--Schools of Social Work & Public Health and Indigenous Wellness Research Institute

Associate Professor University of Washington, Schools of Social Work & Public Health and Indigenous Wellness… More Info ››

Director
United American Indian Involvement, Inc.

Director of mental health program. Provide presentations and workshops on DV/SA, historical trauma, mental health… More Info ››

Communications Manager
StrongHearts Native Helpline

Ericca “CC” Hovie is Anishinaabe (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians) and the Communications Manager for… More Info ››