Students and Alumni

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Current Students

Iliyah Bruffet (C’23), White Earth Nation
Anthropology and Human Biology

Matowacipi Horse (C’24), Comanche Nation
Sociology

Kennedy Pete (C’24), Navajo Nation
undeclared major

Sierra Talavara-Brown (C’23), Navajo Nation
Anthropology and Human Biology


Nikola Garcia Johnson is a PhD candidate in Emory University’s department of Anthropology and a digital editorial fellow at the Political and Legal Anthropology Review (POLAR). Their research focuses on urban citizenship, structural violence, race and indigeneity, and decolonialism in Latin America. For their dissertation, they are examining how Indigenous (Mapuche) and non-Indigenous (Chilean) neighbors have collaborated since the 1960s to develop organizations and manage shared resources in peri-urban Santiago, Chile. 

SJ Dillon (LGS, PhD candidate), non-Native ally

 

Alumni

Klamath Henry, Emory 19C (BA), CSUF MA Student 
Klamath is proud to be from the Shasta Tribe of California and Tuscarora Nation of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. She supports cultural and historical research at the Chachalu Museum and Cultural Center (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde) as the departmental research librarian. Klamath is dedicated to furthering tribal sovereignty and pursuing ethical research, and is currently working on her thesis at CSU-Fullerton, where she is a graduate student. 

William S. Rice, MPA, MDP
Graduated Emory University Masters in Development Practice Program in 2017.  Currently supports sustainability initiatives for corporations by implementing workforce diversity and supply-chain diversity programs.  Creator of a proprietary ESG analytical framework used to assess companies’ according to accepted standards. Extensive background working with Tribes supporting sovereign immunity through economic development and governance programs.   Contact link here.