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Wisconsin’s Most Influential Native American Leaders for 2023

A staff member at the Electa Quinney Institute for American Indian Education and a School of Education alumnus are among 33 people named to Madison 365’s list of 33 Most influential Wisconsin Native American Leaders this month.

Sommer Drake works in the Electa Quinney Institute for American Indian Education, serving as program coordinator for the Office of Indian Education Professional Development Grant and supports the Early Childhood and American Indian Studies Program as an adjunct instructor. A UWM graduate, she is vice chair of the board at the Indian Community School.

Jason Dropik, who earned his undergraduate degree in early and intermediate education from UWM, is head of school at the Indian Community School in Franklin. He is working on his school superintendent certification through the Leaders from the Good Land: Electa Quinney Indian Education Development program. The program was featured on the School of Education website in November 2022.