Presented with
Implementing Solutions

2021 Indigenous Communities Fellowship

How can Native innovators in the US use traditional knowledge and technology to meet the social, environmental, and economic goals of their communities?

Submissions are Closed

Challenge Leadership Group

Susan Alzner

Co-founder and Chief of Strategy & Ops, shift7

United States

Luke Bastian

President, MIT Chapter of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Prairie Bighorn-Blount

Executive Director, American Indigenous Business Leaders

United States

Wendolyn Holland

Managing Director, Holland Consulting, LLC

Janelle Knox-Hayes

Associate Professor of Economic Geography and Planning Head, Environmental Policy and Planning Group, MIT

Nonabah Lane

Co-Founder, Navajo Ethno-Agriculture

United States

Shelly Lowe

Executive Director, Harvard University Native American Program

Joseph McNeil

General Manager, SAGE Development Authority

United States

Mr. Jacob Moore

Associate Vice President of Tribal Relations, Office of Government & Community Engagement, Arizona State University

United States

AR AR

A-dae Romero Briones

Director of Programs - Native Agriculture and Food Systems, First Nations Development Institute

United States

Megan Smith

CEO & Founder shift7, Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer, shift7

United States

Larry Susskind

Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning, MIT; Vice-Chair, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School

Dr. Michele Yatchmeneff

Associate Professor of Engineering, University of Alaska Anchorage

United States

 
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