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Kristin Butler


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Margo Gray Talks Empowering Native Female Entrepreneurs

News

Margo Gray Talks Empowering Native Female Entrepreneurs

Ambitious. Visionary. Leader. Risk-taker. Innovator. These are the five words Margo Gray, an Osage citizen, uses to describe herself as an entrepreneur. Women are often bombarded with negative or vague feedback that stifles their confidence and hinders their growth. Gray combats the bad labels assigned to women leaders, as...
Catawba-Owned Red Heritage Media Thrives in South Carolina

Culture

Catawba-Owned Red Heritage Media Thrives in South Carolina

Last year the Catawba Indian Nation purchased an established multi-media production company that has created feature-length films like the documentary “Running the Sahara,” executive-produced and narrated by Matt Damon, as well as hosted the pilot for the hugely popular SHOWTIME original series “Homeland.” Today the Fort Mill, South Carolina-based is...
Reviving a National Association for Native Nurses and Students

Reviving a National Association for Native Nurses and Students

Over its decades of existence, the National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association (NANAINA) has evolved — but it hasn’t been a steady upswing. Its progress chart looks more like an active heartbeat that flatlined and is now being shocked back to life. “With changes in leadership, it’s fluctuated,” said Misty...