Dleit káa x'éináx Courntey yooxat duwasáakw. Artair naax xat sitee. MacArthur yoo duwasáakw áyá haa naa kahídi. Deustchland yadi áyáxat. Danish ka Scottish áyá axdachxanóok’u. Sheet’ká-x’ yei xat yatee. Miwok ka Nisenan aani yei xat koowdzitee.
Courtney MacArthur lives and works with gratitude on the unceded territories of the Sheet'ká Ḵwáan on Lingít Aaní, now known as Sitka, Alaska. She is employed as the Lead Support Specialist at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), where she also graduated with a BA in Social Science. She is now pursuing a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Higher Education from UAS. She is inspired by her field of work: increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion within postsecondary educational institutions. She believes that education is a driver of democracy and socioeconomic status. She is passionate about eliminating barriers to educational access for all individuals, especially first-generation and Alaska Native students. Prior to working at UAS she worked in special education at the Sitka School District.
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