Meet the Officers
Desiree Belone s an enrolled ribal ember of the of the Navaj Nation nd Ponc Natio Oklahoma. She is lose to e tribal family and ravels ome to the Navajo Nation often and spent this summer wit her onca family as well. American Indian ducation is important nd dependent on on the active participation of our community members, parents/guardians and students. his is her third academic year serving on the Board for LAUSD Title VI Indian Education Program. She is currently a full-time student. During her free time she enjoys dancing different genres ranging from Pow Wow Jingle Dancing, Hip Hop, Jazz and Freestyle.
I’m Kaya Wilson, an enrolled member of the Fort Yuma Quechan Indian Tribe and Cocopah Tribe. I’m a traditional Bird Dancer that has participated in tribal gatherings and dances. I am currently a sophomore at Alliance MIT College Ready High School. My family is very traditional and our tribal language is strong within our family. I come from a family that holds different higher education degrees fromBA to PhD. I plan to continue our tribal legacy both traditionally and educationally.