Jennifer Peacock

NEWMAN’S OWN FOUNDATION FELLOW EMAIL:JENNIFER.PEACOCK@ASPENINST.ORG Jennifer Peacock is a graduate of Central Michigan University where she received a B.S. in Cultural and Global Studies as a Ronald E. McNair Scholar. Through this program Jennifer played a role in various research projects focused on first-generation student hinderances and ideological diversity in recent graduates. Jennifer assisted in […]

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Tashia Arnold

PROGRAM COORDINATOR EMAIL:TASHIA.ARNOLD@ASPENINST.ORG Tashia Arnold serves as a Program Associate, managing the Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) National Native Youth Network. In this role, she helps foster Network engagement, expand Gen-I programming, and share the stories of Native American youth leaders. Tashia was formerly an intern at CNAY, where she primarily supported the communications team on social […]

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Aaron Slater

POLICY PROGRAM COORDINATOR EMAIL:AARON.SLATER@ASPENINSTITUTE.ORG Aaron Slater is Navajo and belongs to the kiiya’áánii, nayiizii diné’e, tsinajinii, and só diné’e clans. For his undergraduate degree Aaron attended Middlebury College where he studied Philosophy, Sociology, and Classics. While at Middlebury Aaron received a grant to study new approaches to combatting sexual and domestic violence in Navajo communities. […]

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Bettina Gonzalez

OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT ASSOCIATE EMAIL:BETTINA.GONZALEZ@ASPENINSTITUTE.ORG Bettina Gonzalez serves as  Outreach and Engagement Associate and team lead on GENERATION INDIGENOUS (Gen-I). She is responsible for engaging youth within the National Native Youth Network, as well as expanding Gen-I through outreach and program development. Additionally, Bettina supports the team’s communication efforts, managing Gen-I’s social media platforms. She was formerly […]

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