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7001 Prospect Place NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87110
MOUNTAIN, ALASKA, & EASTERN REGION
Jerrod Moore is a member of the Navajo Nation from Tohatchi, New Mexico. He graduated from the University of New Mexico earning his BA in Native American Studies concentrating on Leadership and Building Native Nations. He has completed the Indian Health Services Epidemiology Fellowship which consist of developing a research project which serves tribes in the Albuquerque Area. He currently is a program manager for the CDC-funded Tribal Injury Prevention Resource Center (TIPRC) at the Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board. He is also certified as a Child Passenger Safety Instructor, Matter of Balance Master Trainer and a Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Master Trainer. Previous work includes founding and serving as Co-Chair of the Albuquerque Area Tribal Injury Prevention Coalition, working as the Tribal Injury Prevention Program Coordinator at the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center, and working in Alaska for three and half years as the Peer Prevention Coordinator and Injury Prevention Specialist at the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation.
PACIFIC & EASTERN REGION
Carrie Brown is Northern Paiute and Klamath and an enrolled member of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony in Reno, NV. She holds a BA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with majors in Psychology and Anthropology and a MBA with a focus on Leadership from Western Governor’s University. She has 12 years of experience in the Human Services and Injury Prevention fields; she currently serves as a Tribal Traffic Safety Specialist with the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center. She holds certifications as a Child Passenger Safety Instructor, Tai Chi instructor, and indirect trainer for the Department of Homeland Security. In 2006 she was named UNLV’s AIA Outstanding American Indian Gradate Award; received Congressional and Senatorial Recognition from the offices of Shelley Berkley and John Ensign; and received Senatorial Commendation from Nevada Senator, Harry Reid.
CENTRAL & EASTERN REGION
Tabatha Harris received her bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University and her master’s degree in Human and Health Services Administration from the University of Oklahoma. Tabatha is a Tribal member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. She is a member of the Alpha PI Omega, Inc. sorority serving as an active member through the Theta PI Professional Chapter. In Summer 2017 Tabatha had the opportunity to serve as one of the five National Congress of American Indian’s Native Graduate Health Policy Fellows. Tabatha has served as an Indian Health Service TIPCAP coordinator for the Kaw Nation, and Injury Prevention Specialist for the Tribal Technical Assistance Program. She currently serves as a Tribal Traffic Safety Specialist for the National Tribal Injury Prevention Resource Center that is administered by the Albuquerque Area Tribal Health Board working with the 573 Tribal Nations in the efforts of traffic safety and injury prevention. Tabatha has over 11 years of experience in the social services and public health – injury prevention fields.