21st Century Native Leaders
Lacey Trujillo: Nike Color Designer

Lacey Trujillo: Nike Color Designer

November 23, 2020

In this episode, Lacey Trujillo (Navajo) talks with me about how she started her career working for Nike as a Color Designer. Lacey overcame two rejections for internships and ended up landing a life changing job with Nike. She talks about working with several Nike professional athletes. Lacey is available to speak with students. She can be reached at Lacey@laceytrujillo.com or on her website http://www.laceytrujillo.com

#nike #navajo #designer

Navajo Fire Dance Part 2

Navajo Fire Dance Part 2

November 22, 2020

Navajo Fire Dance Part 2

Josh Lucio with American Indian Graduate Center

Josh Lucio with American Indian Graduate Center

November 16, 2020

In this episode, Josh Lucio (Zuni) talks with me about financial aid for two- & four-year, graduate and doctoral degrees. Josh discusses some of the barriers to attending college and the types of scholarship American Indian Graduate Center provides.

Follow American Indian Graduate Center on all social media platforms to get updates on the scholarships.

Jason Allison: CEO DreamCatcher Financial Strategies

Jason Allison: CEO DreamCatcher Financial Strategies

November 8, 2020

In this episode, Jason Allison (Navajo) talks with me about financial literacy and the importance of planning for your future. Jason and his wife own DreamCatcher Financial Strategies. Jason is available to help people prepare their finance. Call him at 480-415-5764 to attend one of his Zoom sessions. Check out their website: https://www.dreamcatcherfinancialstrategies.com

Teaching from an Equity, Culturally Responsive and Student Centered Perspective

Teaching from an Equity, Culturally Responsive and Student Centered Perspective

October 25, 2020

In this episode, I talk about teaching from an equity, culturally responsive and student centered perspective. On October 25th, 2020, I presented this topic at San Juan College, in Farmington, New Mexico. 

#equity #culturallyresponsive #studentcentered 

Navajo Fire Dance Part 1

Navajo Fire Dance Part 1

October 20, 2020

Navajo Fire Dance Part 1

Erickson Billy: Owner Blue Naadaa Sweets

Erickson Billy: Owner Blue Naadaa Sweets

October 10, 2020

In this episode, Erickson Billy (Navajo) talks about what inspired him to start Blue Naadaa Sweets. He also talks about some of the challenges he faced opening his business, how he overcame the fear of failing, and how he is responsible for every aspect of running his business as a sole proprietor. 

Follow Blue Naadaa Sweets on Facebook and Instagram. 

 

Navajo Blessing Song Part 4

Navajo Blessing Song Part 4

September 26, 2020

#Navajo #Blessing Song Part 4

 

#navajonation

Navajo Blessing Song Part 3

Navajo Blessing Song Part 3

September 19, 2020

Navajo Blessing Song Part 3

Paulette Jordan: Candidate for the United States Senate in Idaho

Paulette Jordan: Candidate for the United States Senate in Idaho

September 16, 2020

In this episode, Paulette Jordan (Coeur d’Alene Tribe) talks about her path to leadership and her platform as she is running for the United State Senate in the State of Idaho.

Paulette Jordan talks about prioritizing people over politics.

Follow Paulette on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 

Paulette's webpage: https://pauletteforsenate.com

 

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