Curtis (San Carlos Apache) is the former Director of the HIV Project at the American Indian Community House from 1990 to 2000. He was also one of the founders of WeWah &BarcheeAmpe in 1990, the first Native American LGBT group in NYC. He is currently retired and volunteering for the American Indian Community House.
Luci of the Ojibwe Nation is an accomplished theater manager in NYC. She's volunteered for several years with Heritage of Pride during the NYC Pride March. Luci brings tons of wisdom to our work group and is a talented grant writer.
Cherokee pop artist and actor Tony Enos celebrates a decade as a singer/songwriter/producer. The Philly born musician uses his platform to address issues impacting indigenous communities and two-spirit youth. Even penning and releasing his hit "Two Spirit," which has become an anthem for the movement since its 2015 release on "National Coming Out Day." Also a member of the NYC Native theater community since 2015, the performer and entertainer says, "my priority as an artist is to encourage love and healing through the medicine of music where ever life takes me." Visit him online on iTunes and http://www.tonyenosmusic.com for more info.
Sheldon (Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe) is a 2nd generation tipi maker, multi-disciplinary artist, and Powwow fancy shawl and grass dancer. He is the director of the PrEPahHontoz Tipi Project and has worked in the fashion industry for most of his adult life.
Talon (Rosebud Sioux/Isleta Pueblo/Hopi) is a Two-Spirit NYC Visual Artist. He is a volunteer PC Technician with AICH, and activist for Native American social justice. He has worked in performance with the IBEX Theater, as well as 2016 World AIDS day opening performance. He also does custom design work using multimedia to promote water and culture conservation and restoration.