Ms. Medicine White Crow, (Comanche/Cherokee) was born on the Lummi reservation in Ferndale, WA to relocated parents. She was raised with the indigenous values of giving, working collaboratively, listening, and working with respect for all these values have directed her work.
Specializing in facilitating cross-cultural partnerships and cross program alignment for community priorities; education, training, and capacity-building for underserved people creating and sharing results and reports in a way that recognizes and respects the unique cultural contexts of the community. She is a known and trusted community member and relationship builder establishing and implementing educational and health programs, and behavioral health initiatives with rural and urban American Indian and Alaska Native communities across the United States as well as the White House and other federal agency partners.
Ms. Medicine White Crow has more than 20 years of experience working in Tribal, rural and communities of color on heath equity and social justice work. She is the current Governor Appointed Co-Chair, Washington State Governor's Interagency Coordinating Council on Health Disparities and the current Snoqualmie Tribe Health & Wellness Officer and the Administrator for the following programs: Snoqualmie Behavioral Health, Raging River Recovery Center, Elders, Indian Child Welfare, Contract Health Service, Community Health Representatives and the Tribal clinic the North Bend Family Clinic.