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Area of Expertise: Architecture
"My practice is not glamorous and you don’t win awards, but it’s very satisfying. When we work with tribes, I stay visible. I hear, “You’re a girl and you’re an architect?” I say that it’s about courage, and being an architect can be a way to give back. They’re interested. And unlike in my dad’s day, not only the boys but also the girls know it’s possible. "
Tammy Eagle Bull is the first Indigenous woman to be a licensed architect in the United States, and recently presented a lecture entitled “Indigeneity and Contemporary Architecture” at Yale.