Mallory Adamski is a Diné (Navajo) woman on her life’s journey to lift the voices, resilience and knowledge of Indigenous peoples around the world. She is the Director of Communications and Advancement for the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, which advocates to end violence against American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian women. In her role, Mallory also serves as managing editor of Restoration of Native Sovereignty and Safety for Native Women, a publication dedicated to informing tribal leadership and communities of emerging issues impacting the safety of American Indian and Alaska Native women. As an award-winning independent journalist and freelance writer, she produced stories on Native community health, cultures, politics and environmental issues for the American Heart Association Voices for Healthy Kids initiative, Native Peoples Magazine, and the Native Health News Alliance. Mallory earned a M.A. in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and has a B.A. in Communications-Public Relations and a minor degree in Peace and Justice Studies from Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. She is a member of the Native American Journalists Association and is a former National Press Foundation fellow.