Kyndall Noah

Practicum Student

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Kyndall Noah is a second year MSW student at the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis and a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. He is currently the Co-chair of the American Indian Student Association for the Brown School of Social Work.  He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Indigenous and American Indian Studies with emphasis in Social Welfare from Haskell Indian Nations University.   His concentration is in American Indian/Alaskan Indian Social Work specializing in community development.  He plans to use the skills he develops at the Brown School to address housing, poverty and unemployment in his community.

His experience involves being a student coordinator working with community partners in Lawrence, Ks to formulate and promote the community wide event, Experience Haskell Native Lawrence, this event is a sustainable event focusing on building positive community relationships between Native American’s and the Lawrence community.  He also was the student coordinator for the FEMA training on natural disasters which was hosted at Haskell Indian Nations University in partnership with the University of Hawaii.    He is very eager to utilize his skills to strengthen and motivate communities to enhance their ability to address and successfully re-mediate social problems.