Yale Sisters of All Nations
Yale Sisters of All Nations is Yale’s first Native women’s and feminist organization. YSAN is dedicated to creating a safe, supportive space for Native women on campus through open discussion of gender and sexuality issues in Native communities, advocacy work, and networking/mentorship opportunities. It is a network open to all undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni. Every year we host networking events for Native women in the undergraduate and graduate student communities and participate in the international campaign to raise awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on February 14th.
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Hometown: Flushing, New York
Tribal Affiliation: Mohawk, Bay of Quinte Band
Hometown: Washington Grove, Maryland
Hometown: Hilo, Hawaiʻi
Major: Ethnicity, Race, and Migration
Native Nation: Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian)
Hometown: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Major: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Tribal Affiliation: Diné (Navajo)
Dinée is a strong advocate for gender equality and hopes to increase discussion around issues facing women in Indian Country both within the NACC and the larger Yale community. She is the President/Founder of the Yale Sisters of All Nations - Native Women’s Initiative and co-founder of Blue Feather Drum Group. She is a former Co-President of the Association of Native Americans at Yale and NACC House Staff member. She was also a Freshmen Counselor in Ezra Stiles and a Recruitment Coordinator at Yale Undergraduate Admissions. She now works as a Recruitment Officer for Yale College.