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Ethleen Iron cloud-Two Dogs
Senior Technical Assiatance Specialist
Sina Ikikcu Win (Takes the Robe Woman), Ethleen Iron Cloud-Two Dogs is an enrolled citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and has Crow ancestry and counts among her many blessings, her life companion, family and many relatives. She lives in her home community of Porcupine, SD on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Ethleen provides training and technical assistance locally and nationally to Tribal programs and communities in the area of youth, family and community development; mental health; education; suicide prevention; juvenile justice and cultural development. She is a past Bush Foundation Fellow, serves on the Knife Chief Buffalo Nation Society Board of Directors, Anpo Wicahpi (Morning Star) Pine Ridge Girls’ Preparatory School Board of Directors, and the Rosalyn Carter Mental Health Task Force. Ethleen is a past member of the Bureau of Indian Education Advisory Committee for Children with Exceptional Education Needs and the First Nations Behavioral Health Association. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Fort Lewis College; a Master of Science degree in Counseling and Human Resources Development from South Dakota State University and is currently a doctoral student. Ethleen considers herself a lifelong learner of human development with focus on cultural and indigenous traditional teachings.