Alecia "Lisa" Heth

Ms. Lisa Heth has worked in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse for over 24 years. She has been a strong advocate for women and children on the Crow Creek and Lower Brule reservations in South Dakota and is the executive director for Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc. (Helping Families) which operates two domestic violence shelters, one on the Crow Creek reservation and the other one located in Sioux Falls, SD, a transitional housing program and a resource center and is a the founder of the Children’s Safe Place (children’s advocacy center) located adjacent to Project Safe Shelter and recently Pathfinder Center, a place of refuge for victims of human trafficking. Read More ››

Amy Donnan, MA, Licensed Psychologist

Amy is an advocate for children, and has provided training or presentations for the Cherokee Nation Head Start, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe foster care and Head Start, Minnesota Indian Education Association, Minnesota Association for Education of Young Children, Zero to Three, White Earth, Indian Health Service Trauma Conference, and more. 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 ››