NCUIH is pleased to have Christina Haswood, Intern, and Joy Parker, Legal Fellow, in the office through July.
About Christina Haswood
Born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas, Christina is Navajo, originally from Inscription House, AZ. Her clans are; Tódich’ii’nii, DibéÅ‚zhíní, Naasht’ézhi TábÄ…Ä…há, and Kinyaa’áanii. She is currently a graduate student from the University of Kansas Medical Center in the Master’s in Public Health Program with a concentration in Public Health Management. Christina is in the Summer 2019 Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP) at George Washington University. Her research interest is suicide in Native American adolescents and her career goal is to advocate for the improvement of American Indian/Alaskan Native health through federal policies.
Christina can be reached at email@example.com.
About Joy Parker
Joy Parker (Abenaki) is currently the summer legal fellow at NCUIH. She is in her second year at the University of Arizona College of Law, where she is working on certificates in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy and Environmental Law. Joy is also a midwife and is excited to be working with NCUIH at the intersections of Native healthcare and Federal Indian law and policy.
Joy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.