Grace E. Fox, Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
Tribal Public Policy
Grace is majoring in psychology and ethnicity and race studies, concentrating on Native American and Indigenous Studies at Columbia University. She is from Edmond, Oklahoma, and is an enrolled member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. She is an aspiring Federal Indian and Tribal lawyer. Through non-profit management, policy creation, and community-centered organizing, she plans to directly work with Native American youth to create tailored programming to aid students in educational success while combating generational trauma through the normalization of mental health and destigmatization of mental illness. Currently, Grace is the Community Chair for Columbia's Native American Council, a member of the CSER Student Advisory Board, and works as an educator through organizations such as the NYCLU, Project Rousseau, Matriculate, and Edmond Public Schools Indian Education. Grace works towards justice through the strength and love of her people, endlessly fighting for the success of her future ancestors.