Kiowa Gordon

Kiowa Gordon is a prolific Native American actor with award winning film and television credits. He can currently be seen playing the Series Regular role of “Jim Chee” in the critically acclaimed series DARK WINDS for AMC, based on the book series from Tony Hillerman, and produced by George R. R. Martin and Robert Redford,… Read more »

Brittanie Sheree

Brittanie Sheree is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation who grew up in Bakersfield, California. She got her start in New York and has performed all over the US, headlined at the Athens English Comedy Club in Greece, and made her comedy debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Fest this summer. Her dark but upbeat takes on the… Read more »

Girl Scout Murders

Faith’s attempts to get law enforcement to look at her evidence get a major boost with a US Supreme Court decision, and a new review of the Girl Scout Murders is set to begin. Her goal is achieved, but she finds that her journey into this tragedy is far from over when she is contacted… Read more »

Maddox Pennington

Maddox Pennington is a nonbinary writer, playwright, stand-up comic, lecturer at USC, and citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, their work explores gender, sexuality, mental health, and belonging, and frequently invokes magical realism. Their debut bibliomemoir, A Girl Walks Into a Book: What the Brontes Taught Me About Life, Love, and Women’s Work, was… Read more »

Nathaniel Cummings-Lambert 

Nathaniel Cummings-Lambert (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians) is a PhD student in the Anthropology department and Culture and Media certificate program at New York University. He holds a BA in Religious Studies from Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts, and an MFA in Art from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). His… Read more »

Alyssa London

Alyssa London, 30, was crowned Miss Alaska USA 2017 on February 4, 2017 at the Anchorage Performing Arts Center, and immediately felt the excitement and responsibility that comes with becoming the first Tlingit to carry this prestigious title. Alyssa is not only a member of the Tlingit Nation, she is the appointed Cultural Ambassador for… Read more »

Meilani Wenska

Meilani Wenska (Hawaiian) attended the Kamehameha Schools, where Hawaiian culture, music, writing, and dance are built into the curriculum. She received her BA degree in painting, worked professionally as a graphic designer for years and began selling her art prints successfully online. Expanding her horizons, Meilani found a deep passion screenwriting, directing, and acting. Her written… Read more »

Kat Smith

Kat Smith (Eagle Clan of the Tsimshian Tribe) has a strong performing arts background. By the time she was getting her Bachelor’s Degree in Theater under the Study of Dr. Terry Converse, Directing for the Stage, she had already studied Strasberg’s technique, Improv and produced over 60 shorts for her High School television production. She comes from… Read more »

Lewayne “Buddy” McQueen

Lewayne “Buddy” McQueen (Ely Shosone Tribe) has been performing improv for over a decade and produced his own improv show for over eight years. He was part of the award winning Alibi The Show in Las Vegas and made it to the semi-finals of Four Directions talent search. He has a BFA in film and digital media from University of… Read more »

Julia Morgan Leatham

Julia Morgan Leatham (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma) is a writer from Los Angeles, California. She is a proud citizen of the Cherokee Nation with lineage through the Wild Potato clan. A multi-media creator, Julia first found passion for writing and performance art through spoken word poetry and drag. Her written poetry and visual artwork is forthcoming… Read more »