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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Chief Justice
Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska

Michelle Demmert, Tlingit, Eagle, Ḵaax̱ʼoos.hittaan clan and a current delegate and Chief Justice for the Central… More Info ››

Tawacin Tanka

I currently work in the Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota area. I engage the community in a monthly training on… More Info ››

NC Commission of indian affairs domestic violence/sexual assault/human trafficking Program Director
NC Commission of Indian Affairs

Miss., Locklear has worked 12+ years in DV Advocacy with over 10 years in direct services as an advocate and as a… More Info ››

Program Coordinator, DV SA Prevention Specialist, Cultural Consultant
White Elk Woman

Program Coordinator, DV SA Prevention Specialist, Cultural Consultant, White Elk Woman, Crow Creek Sioux Tribe More Info ››

FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture

Rebecca Nagle is an award winning advocate and writer focused on advancing Native rights and ending violence against… More Info ››

Professor of Law
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Professor Deer’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of tribal law and victims’ rights.  More Info ››

Program Attorney
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

Victoria Sweet is a program attorney at the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. More Info ››