CC Hovie

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

Donna Wolff

Donna Wolff, President of Northeast NE Suicide Prevention Coalition, lives in Norfolk, NE. She lost her son Zebulun to suicide March 1, 2009. He was 18 years old and a senior at Lutheran High Northeast in Norfolk. She is a mother, survivor of suicide loss, cosmetologist, Domestic Violence Community Outreach Advocate, certified in Basic Mediation, facilitator of a support group and has done numerous speaking events since losing her son. Read More ››

Kelly A. Stoner

I am the Director of the Native American Legal Resource Center at OCU School of law.  I teach doctrinal courses in American Indian Law, Tribal Law, Domestic Violence and the Lawyer and the ICWA.  Read More ››

Laura Lorenz

I have worked for several years with Native American women, children, and families in the areas of domestic violence, healing from trauma, and child welfare.  Read More ››

Lori Jump

Lori Jump, a citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, is the Director of the StrongHearts Native Helpline. 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 ››