Native American Congressional Internship

Meet our Interns

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Qay-liwh T. Ammon, Hoopa Valley Tribe
Oregon State University

Qay-liwh is a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe and a descendant of the Tsnungwe Tribe. She studies environmental sciences, specializing in environmental water resources and environmental policy and economics, at Oregon State University. She is involved in several student organizations and works as a Leadership Liaison at the Native American Longhouse Eena Haws. She is currently involved in an independent research project studying the effects of check dams on sediment movement in roadside ditches. Qay-liwh plans to attend graduate school for a Juris Doctor and Master of Science in water policy and management.

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