Nathania Tsosie, MCRP

Associate Director of the University of New Mexico Center for Native American Health

Nathania Tsosie is a Lecturer in the Department of Family & Community Medicine, and the Associate Director of the UNM Center for Native American Health, where she leads community-engaged research and education programming. With over 15 years in academia, she has broad experience in community-based participatory research design and strategic implementation with expertise in group facilitation and planning. Nathania leads CNAH’s Institute for Indigenous Knowledge and Development, where she helps design curricula for tribal community health assessment and cultural humility. Nathania holds a Master of Community and Regional Planning degree and is currently a third-year Ph.D. student in Health Communication. She is a member of the Navajo Nation from Pinon (Burnt Corn), Arizona. Her clans are Tótsohnii (Big Water), Naakai Dine’e (Mexican), Ta’neesdzahnii (Tangle Clan), and Tsi’naajinii (Black Streak Wood People).

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Nathania Tsosie