Olivia Roanhorse is director of Native Strong: Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures, with the Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation. Before joining NB3 in 2012, Ms. Roanhorse held several health program and policy positions in Chicago, IL. She was a policy associate at the Ounce of Prevention Fund, a state-wide early childhood advocacy organization working to provide the highest quality of care and education for young children in poverty; a project coordinator for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Project: Finding Answers Program: Disparities Research for Change and a Clinic Manager for CommunityHealth, the largest free health clinic in Illinois providing comprehensive, high-quality, patient-centered health care at no cost to low-income, uninsured individuals. As a public health student, Ms. Roanhorse received the competitive Chicago-based Albert Schweitzer Fellowship and the Morris K. Udall congressional internship in Washington, DC. She conducted her year-long fellowship at the American Indian Health Center in Chicago addressing women’s health and domestic violence issues. In Washington, DC for the Udall internship, Ms. Roanhorse spent her summer with the Senate Committee of Indian Affairs, assisting legislative staff with research, data, and policy analysis on the Indian Health Care Reauthorization Act. She received a M.P.H. in health policy and administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a B.A. in environmental science from Colorado College.