Over fifteen years of experience as a museum professional, cultural arts producer and advocate confirmed Roessel’s belief of the inherent power of utilizing cultural learning as a tool to engage and build stronger communities. Molded by her grandmothers, Roessel has fostered a praxis that utilizes Indigenous ways of knowing and decolonized methodologies as a catalyst to grow cultural equity in organizations like the Frist Art Museum, Dine’ CARE, New Mexico State Indian Affairs Department, San Diego Museum of Us, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Native Women Lead and the Rezilience Organization.

Roessel is a certified personal coach and facilitator who integrates an intersectional lens in her efforts of building towards cultural justice and equity for Indigenous peoples. She travels across Turtle Island delivering keynote addresses, trainings and taken part in panel discussions. In the time of the pandemic, Roessel has integrated interactive digital workshops, facilitation techniques to her list of offerings for clients.

Read more about her offerings for individuals and organizations here.

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