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Shoshonia Water Clark

I graduated from Diné College with a B.A. in Psychology. I am a Native American woman from a small community college background who lived on a Navajo reservation. I graduated in May of 2020. I recently moved to St. Paul for this new opportunity and to hopefully start my graduate courses. My interests are working with children, and working to obtain new information to carry with me that will be beneficial to my people on the reservation. I am also interested in the field of public health and learning more about that in my graduate studies.

What motivates me are my daughter and my family, but most of all, my people and of who I am as a Navajo woman. Most of all helping people is what motivates me.

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