Assistant Director, WINS Program
Washington Semester Program
Shannon received her Master of Social Work in 2011 from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work and the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. She has several years of experience supporting AI/AN/NH educational success through advocacy, peer learning, professional training, and program implementation with both urban and reservation communities. Shannon is professionally and personally committed to supporting AI/AN/NH higher education opportunities.
“I have seen firsthand how the WINS experience can positively change a student ’s outlook on their role in Indian Country. WINS alumni can be counted on to provide a holistic understanding of creating change not only in their home community but also on a national level, for all of Indian Country. For this reason, I can think of no better advocacy role than that of the WINS Assistant Director. I have the honor of supporting the future leaders of Indian Country and our Nation. “
Master of Social Work (MSW), Washington University in St. Louis; Bachelor of Arts (BA) Human Development and Social Relations, Earlham College
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