You can expect equity focused, strategic and collaborative support to improve programs, policies, and systems within and across partners centered on the health of Indigenous communities. Our approach is based in tribal values and wisdom and incorporates relevant public health evidence and data for innovative, sustainable and culturally grounded solutions.
Results you can expect:
Kris Rhodes is a trusted thought leader on Native health issues with decades of equity focused, strategic and collaborative public health experience. As a public health leader with decades of strategic and collaborative experience working to elevate the health of Indigenous people, she is focused on sustainable community-centered policy, systems, and research solutions. She is skilled in building authentic partnerships across tribal, academic, government, and philanthropic sectors for innovative, sustainable and culturally grounded initiatives. She has the proven capacity to bring an idea into reality with efficiency and efficacy.
Kris Rhodes is an enrolled citizen of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and a descendant of the Fond du Lac Bands of Lake Superior Chippewa. She earned a Master’s of Public Health in Public Health Administration & Policy and a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Community Health Education both from the University of Minnesota. You can trust her skills, experience, and networks as an authentic partner on a variety of Indigenous public health issues.