Heidi Joseph, Co-Chair
Heidi Joseph is a second-year law student from Egeland, North Dakota. She attended Johns Hopkins University, where she majored in Psychological and Brain Sciences. Before coming to the University of Michigan Law School, Heidi was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zambia, where she helped to open community schools and worked to strengthen education in rural areas. She is currently in South Africa on an externship.
Jeremy Brave-Heart, Co-Chair
Jeremy is a second-year law student and a citizen of the Shawnee Nation of Oklahoma. Jeremy has lived in a vast array of the lower 48, but received his B.A., summa cum laude, in Anthropology Honors, with a minor in Political Science, from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Prior to attending law school, he was a coordinator for a non-profit mental health agency, an activist, and a university guest lecturer for various Native American issues.
Outreach Chair, Steve Gray
My name is Steve Gray. I spent part of last summer working for the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to perpetuating Hawaiian culture and creating employment opportunities for Native Hawaiians. Some of the issues are similar to those facing Native Americans. I look forward to a great year for NALSA, and to helping out any way I can.