Kamryn M. Yanchick, Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma-Norman
Tribal Public Policy
Kamryn is a Seminole and Muscogee (Creek) student at the University of Oklahoma double majoring in political science and Native American studies with an emphasis on Tribal governance and policy. Kamryn is passionate about advocating for the rights of Indigenous people. She has led voter registration and mobilization efforts on and off campus with Oklahoma Votes and Rock the Native Vote. Kamryn is passionate about and has done award-winning research on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, & Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S+) and the power of student activism. She has played an active role in the Native student community and will serve as incoming president of Gamma Delta Pi, Native American sorority.