Ya’a’teeh my name is Erin Lewis Johns. I am from the Navajo reservation, living in Window Rock,AZ. My clans are the tobacco people, born for the folded arms people, my maternal grandparents are the cliff dwelling people, and my paternal grandparents are the red house clan. I am 23 years, and a junior at the University of New Mexico. Currently I am a Pre-Med student majoring in medical laboratory science and planning to go into dermatology or cardiology as profession. As a youth with a whole future ahead of me, I plan to go get another degree in Native American studies. Being in Pre-Med I plan to go to medical school and do my residency at University of Michigan or University of Oklahoma. I also serve on the United Natives youth council and an intern for the University of New Mexico’s Biomedical Research program. Being active in these projects with many more to come, I believe they will help me on my academic journey and far more opportunities to come.
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Yá’át’ééh my name is Cheyanne Begay. My clans are Kin ł ichinii (The red house people) born for Táchiinii (Red Running into the Water people), my maternal grandparents are the Naaneeshtézhi Táchiinii (The Charcoal Streak People ) and my paternal grandparents are Bit'ahnii (Within His Cover). I was born in Las Vegas, Nevada and raised in Window Rock, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. I graduated from Navajo Preparatory School in Farmington, New Mexico. I am 22 years old and I have obtained an Associates of Arts Degree from Chandler-Gilbert Community College where I played Women’s College Basketball. I have obtained my Bachelor Degree from Northern Arizona University of Interdisciplinary Studies of Justice Studies. I do plan on furthering my education with attending the University of Oklahoma to obtain a Master’s degree in Indigenous Law.