Updates: Newest profile: Shaleena Bertram from the Lummi Nation from Washington State and Brenda Gene of the Navajo Nation, Arizona, Casper Loma- Dawa and Shawn Michael Perry.
Brenda Gene holds a B.S. via Northern Arizona University in Secondary Education specializing in Physical Education and Health... Click here to read more. Casper Lomayesva is a Hopi / Diné singer who has created a sound that combines his native roots with the positive vibes of reggae music... Click here to read more.
Shaleena Bertram is Lummi (Quileute and Nooksack). She has an A.A. in Business, a B. A. majoring in Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the U of W... Click here to read more.
Shawn Michael Perry has taken multi- hyphenate to new heights. This singer, songwriter, actor, educator and activist born in southern Cali... Click here to read more.
Upcoming profiles: Keith Martinez, Bahe Whitethorne Jr., Levon Thomas, Lori Lee and much more.
NWN will be adding video interviews on this site in the coming weeks. A few of the first interviews will include Evon Peter, Tony Skerlunas, Jody Potts and Shawn Michael Perry.
These interviews will be to share thoughts, opinions and ideas from some of the great young leaders featured on this site.
Native World Network is the movement that aims to bring young professionals and entertainers to the forefront of today's global market through e-social-marketing and online services.
Through this we are building a network of inspired, influential and driven individuals from our communities to create a positive change and outlook for Native Peoples.
We as Native People face many stereotypes and obstacles in our everyday lives. However, not all stereotypes are negative and not all obstacles are specific to Native Peoples.
But truth is, at times negative energy and attitudes surround the phrase "Native Peoples". So instead, we as Native Peoples choose to control our own destinies and not let it be "manifested" by others. In doing this we have chosen to highlight those in our community that are striving and excelling in the 21st century while effectively / successfully balancing traditions and the modern world.