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ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:
Valerie Nuvayestewa (Hopi/Tewa) (she/her)
Project Coordinator, Tutskwat Oqawtoynani
Valerie Nuvayestewa is Hopi/Tewa from the Tewa Corn Clan, Tewa Village, First Mesa, Arizona. Valerie is the Project Coordinator for Tutskwat Oqawtoynani (helping the Earth to gather its strength), a fiscally sponsored, Hopi and Tewa-led environmental, grassroots organization. Her community and family join in this meaningful work as they come together to cultivate awareness of land stewardship within their villages.
An avid environmentalist, writer, forager, mother, grandmother, and student in life, she finds that her most important and fulfilling work comes from spending time in the fields and garden with her family.
Margo Robbins (Yurok) (she/her)
Co-Founder & Executive Director, Cultural Fire Management Council
Margo comes from the traditional Yurok village of Morek, and is an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Cultural Fire Management Council, co-lead of the Indigenous People’s Burn Network, and board member of the Indigenous Stewardship Network. She graduated from Humboldt State University in 1987 and resides on the Yurok reservation in far northern California.
MODERATOR: JOEL MOFFETT (Nez Perce) (he/him)
Director of Environmental & Special Projects, Native Americans in Philanthropy
As a former Tribal leader, Joel has served as Vice Chairman of the Nez Perce Tribe Executive Committee. In 2013, he was also elected to lead the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) as its chairman. Most recently, Joel was the Natural Resources Policy Coordinator for the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI).
Joel currently lives in Suquamish, WA with his children.