Haskell Indian Nations University, University of Kansas
College of the Environment; DDCSP @ University of Washington
Brett Ramey (Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska) is an educator and program developer with over 15 years of experience working at the intersections of ecological, cultural and community health. His work has included developing and instructing courses on food systems, climate change and Indigenous science at Tribal Universities and medical school enrichment programs, conducting community-centered research on health disparities, facilitating healing retreats for cancer survivors and elevating equity and inclusion discourse within local, regional and National food justice, health equity and environmental organizations. He is the Director of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Washington, a national undergraduate student program that infuses conservation practice with cultural identities and environmental justice.