Ahnili Johnson-Jennings '23
Halito. My name is Ahnili Johnson-Jennings and I come from the Quapaw, Sac and Fox, Miami, and Choctaw nations. I am originally from Oklahoma, however, I have lived all over the world and just moved to Seattle Washington. I am a current 2023 and I use the she/her/hers pronouns.
I am majoring in Native American Studies and Government with a minor in theater. My overall hopes to become a federal Indian lawyer one day. On campus, I am the N.A.D. social chair, a research assistant for global health inequity research, a supervisor at Novack Cafe, a member of the Dartmouth Minority Pre-Law Association, and am actively working on efforts to address the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's Crisis in academia.