2020 Class

The 2020 Champions for Change: Isabella, Jazmine, Owen, Shavaughna, and Warren, serve as representatives of the next generations of leaders in Indian Country. From Washington to California to Wyoming, the 2020 Champions have advocated for issues important to them, including gun control, destigmatization of mental illness, implementation of traditional coping mechanisms for intergenerational trauma, to […]

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Warren Davis

Throughout his high school experience, Warren served as a leader by organizing cultural activities, cultural education, promoting cultural awareness, and by forming his school’s first Native American Youth Council. He then went on to serve at a larger scale for his local community, through cultural performances, cultural education, and cultural awareness. Warren has positively affected […]

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Shandiin Herrera

Shandiin recognizes the power of using her voice in spaces where Native people are absent. Her role as a Diné woman, an advocate for Indigenous rights, and a policy student have influenced her passion for public service. She is dedicated to fostering the growth of Native students, to engage and advocate for policies that directly […]

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