Native American Congressional Internship

Meet Our Interns

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Bailey D. Stephens-Johns, Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Tulsa Community College

Bailey Stephens-Johns’ passion for social and environmental justice led her to pursue a degree in biosystems engineering, a discipline of engineering which emphasizes natural resource preservation. As a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, she hopes to use her knowledge of engineering to address both the social and ecological issues of environmental injustice through equitable environmental and Tribal policy. Bailey is devoted to learning and preserving the Mvskoke language and culture and has helped implement a language preservation component within the Tulsa Community College Native American Student Alliance that encourages members to study their ancestral languages.

Bailey D. Stephens-Johns Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Benjamin R. Yawakie Zuni Tribe of the Zuni Reservation
John K. Crawford Forest County Potawatomi Community
Logan C. Hibbs Choctaw Nation
Michael J.L. Cervantes Penelakut Tribe