Presentations and Interviews
Oversight Hearing, “The Benefits of the Navajo Generating Station to Local Economies”
The Courage to Lead: Scholar-Activism and Health Equity in Turbulent Times
Intervention – “Water is Life and Life is Sovereignty: Context and Considerations for Critical Geographers”
The Changing Nature of Navajo Tribal Sovereignty in an Era of Climate Change
Indigenous People’s Day at SUNY-Binghampton
Working in Diné politics
Diné Youth Forum (2014)
In 2014 a coalition of organizations concerned about the voice of young people in Navajo politics hosted a forum on “the youth’s concern.” I served as a moderator for the event and helped asked the questions toward the candidates who participated.
Future of Navajo Governance (2012)
In my first year in my two year term as “graduate student representative” on the Commission on Navajo Government Development, I organized a forum for academics and community researchers and activists on future possibilities for reform of the Navajo Nation government.