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Skyler Kuczaboski

Boozhoo! Zhaawanoobinesiikwe indigoo. Skyler Kuczaboski nindizhinikaaz. Gaa-zagaskwaajimekaag nindoonjibaa. Migizi indoodem.

Skyler Kuczaboski, direct descendant of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, is the Grants Administrative Specialist for the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council. She assists with grant administration from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund for organizations that support revitalization of the Dakota and Ojibwe languages.

Skyler grew up in Saint Paul, MN and attended American Indian Magnet School and Harding Senior High School. This is where she began to learn Ojibwemowin and became passionate for language revitalization. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Native American Studies at Dartmouth College in 2021.

Skyler currently resides in Stillwater, MN with her older sister and 10-year-old miniature pinscher, Yuki. While she is not at work, you can find Skyler jingle dress dancing at powwows, beading, or reading.

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