The Kyiyo Native American Student Association includes students, family and friends from a variety of Native American Tribes from the United States and Canada. Our club is open to all Native and Non-Native students of the University, as well as a number of community members. Kyiyo elects officers from its active membership after the completion of the annual Kyiyo Pow-Wow each year.
2021-2022 Kyiyo Officers
- President: Aislyn Baker (Chippewa-Cree/Hidatsa)
- Vice-President: Zachariah Rides At The Door (Blackfeet)
- Treasurer: Brianna Ashley (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians)
- Secretary: Cailei Cummins
- Community Liaison: Sierra Paske
- Public Relations & Outreach: Brianna Maxwell (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe)
- ASUM Advisor: Gisele Forrest (Assiniboine)
- Community Advisor: Wilena Old Person (Yakama/Blackfeet)
Congratulations to the Kyiyo Officers on their 2015 Diversity Advisory Award for Student Achievement!
Adriane Tailfeathers, Jacinda Morigeau, Wilena Old Person (co-advisor and nominator), Amber Shaffer, and Summer Page