Danielle Fixico is a Chickasaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Choctaw artist from Morris, Oklahoma. She is currently a third year Master of Fine Arts candidate in painting at the University of Oklahoma where she received her B.A. degree in Native American studies in 2019. She is also an alumni from the College of the Muscogee Nation. Her work focuses on raising awareness for women’s issues in Native American communities through the combination of symbols and materials from her southeastern Native American culture. Danielle is a 2022-2023 Center for Native American Youth Remembering Our Sisters fellow. Her work has been featured in the Tribal College Journal, publications from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, and is used for the May 5th national day of awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW). She has been exhibited in shows at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Cherokee Heritage Center, In Your Eye Gallery, Chokma’si Gallery, the Five Civilized Tribes Museum, and Exhibit C Gallery. She hopes to one day become a Native American art professor at a tribal college to inspire future Indigenous artists to create and share their own artistic voice with the world.