​​​​2018 Conference Agenda
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Lynette Grey-Bull

Not Our Native Daughter
Founder and Director
Lynnette Grey Bull is Hunkpapa Lakota of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and is also Northern Arapaho from the Wind River Indian Reservation. Economical issues, high rates of sexual assault, crimes against children, high suicides in tribal youth, uninvestigated crimes and the rise of sex trafficking in Indian Country provoked her to pursue tribal community outreach in 2010. Ms. Grey Bull’s determination on promoting justice – attributed to the launch of her awareness & educational campaign, “Not Our Native Daughters”. Ms. Grey Bull has survived the many obstacles of being a victim herself, which drives her purpose to advocate for Native Americans. Ms. Grey Bull utilizes her personal journey, professional attributes, experiences in tribal outreach to translate the needs of the Native American people to promote national change in policy, research, education and bipartisan collaboration.

Ms. Grey Bull is the Executive Director of the Wind River Native Advocacy Center; she served as Chair of the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs at the Governor’s office in 2015-2016, and presented a Congressional Briefing on Tribal Youth Suicide in 2016 for the American Psychological Association on Capitol Hill. Lynnette’s victim advocacy efforts began in 2003 on Skid Row in Los Angeles, California. 2006-2010 she pursued her passion to mentor the women at CCA Federal Detention Center, Florence, Arizona. Lynnette strives for the growth of a future where Native Americans prevail in all the same areas where other ethnicities succeed in.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, May 22

2:00pm PDT