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A mountain biker and member of the Diné (Navajo) Nation, is driven by a passion for justice— for Indigenous peoples and the land. At the heart of her activism is her oral tradition. As a storyteller, she advocates for the inclusion of Indigenous peoples and their stories in the cycling and outdoor industry using various forms of narrative: writing, film, photography, social media, and mixed media artwork.
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ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Achieving justice, equity, and inclusivity of Indigenous peoples and Nihimá Nahasdzáán (our Mother Earth) through the power of storytelling to challenge false narratives, discrimination, and cultural appropriation in the cycling industry, as well as advocating for companies and cyclists across the globe to act in solidarity with the land and her original stewards. I'm excited to direct my first film later this year highlighting the necessity of restoring our enduring relationship with the land - a place that has held our existence, traditional knowledge and cultural identities for millennia.
FUN FACT: I love fly fishing and the creativity of fly tying.
RIDING DISCIPLINE: Enduro, Gravel, Cross Country
LOCATION: Denver, United States