Let's continue the conversation! MAE members are encouraged to share their thoughts, feelings, hopes, desires, questions, and experiences working with, and in support of, Indigenous communities and decolonization efforts, and in particular, as an “outsider” or “bilagáana. This session is an opportunity to "relate" to each other on tough topics in a safe space.
Lana Hamilton, MA, MPH started on the path to support Indigenous communities just over twenty years ago and seeks to expand learning and connection in this area with fellow Michiganders. Miles McNall, PhD has a strong commitment to culturally responsive and equitable approaches to evaluation and seeks ways to advance justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in evaluation spaces. Krystin Martens, PhD, has observed a number of ways other countries support Indigenous communities and decolonization efforts due to her evaluation work with Indigenous communities in Guatemala, Tanzania, and Uganda, and other experiences living outside of the U.S. She seeks to support Indigenous communities by engaging in and promoting reflective practice.
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