Tag Archives: social media

Jaynie Parrish | Parrish Digital

Jaynie Parrish is Navajo and the principal of Parrish Digital. You can find Parrish Digital on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Jaynie grew on Navajo Nation but moved to Phoenix to live with her dad for high school. They ended up helping each other out during this time, but you have to listen to the episode to learn how!

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Jaynie utilized and participated in different programs in high school and college (and beyond). We discuss the impact these programs have on individuals. I know I definitely would not have the opportunities I’ve experienced without the programs that I was able to utilize, and Jaynie thinks the same is true for her.

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One thing that stands out about Jaynie’s experience is the importance of mentors in a person’s life and career. While at ASU, Jaynie met Dr. Petersen Zah. A fellow Navajo, he mentored Jaynie and other Native students at the university. This mentorship while she was a student lasted beyond her time in school. Eventually Dr. Zah encouraged Jaynie to apply for a job with the Navajo Nation Washington Office (Jaynie was in DC for an internship with National Public Radio). Over time, she moved back to Arizona and ended up working for Dr. Zah at the university for seven years. Continue reading

Mark Trahant | Trahant Reports

Mark Trahant

Mark Trahant is Shoshone-Banonck and runs the website Trahant Reports, his home base for his journalism. He is well known and well respected in Indian Country for his coverage of issues in Indian Country whether it was a video that went viral while asking President Bush a question about sovereignty, or complex issues such as the Indian health system.

Mark Trahant

courtesy of Mark Trahant

We cover a variety of topics in this episode. Topics include: Mark’s transition to new media from the newspaper business; his website; social media and its impact in Indian Country; elections and the Native vote and more.

What is fascinating about Mark is how his work transcends any one medium or field. For example, Mark was a newspaper journalist by experience but his work includes movies and documentaries. Recently he has taken on stints in academia both at the University of Alaska and the University of North Dakota.

He will continue to be a thought leader in Indian Country covering topics and stories from a unique angle and with a depth that is difficult to replicate.

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Links/Resources

Aboriginal Day in Canada

Native American Heritage Day

Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Meriam Report

Navajo Times

Salt Lake Tribune

Seattle Times

Kaiser Family Foundation

National Indian Health Board

Making Law Work Beyond Medicaid Expansion

Trahant Reports on Twitter

News Rimes 4 Lines on Twitter

New York Times

Flip Board

Periscope

Atwood Chair of Journalism

University of North Dakota

Frontline: The Silence

POTUS on WTF Podcast

SCOTUS Blog

Daily Brookings Report

Radiolab Episode on Baby Veronica case

Turtle Talk

Mark Trahant on Entreprenative Podcast