Kendrea Jackson


Research Program Supervisor

In my Navajo tradition, the growth of corn correlates to human growth from birth to old age. Both require sunlight, water, air, soil, attention, care, and love for proper growth and by nurturing such progress to prosper, we are all contributing in the vineyard of public health.


Kendrea has worked with the Center for American Indian Health since 2013. She has played a key role on two of the Center’s program in Chinle, AZ: Together on Diabetes and “Yeígo – Youth Lifestyle Management.” Kendrea also serves as a Senior Trainer for the Family Spirit Leadership Team in co-facilitating trainings and assisting with technical assistance.