"Humility should be the center of leadership." - Lynnette Grey Bull
Lynnette Grey Bull grew up in California.
She lived in Arizona for over ten years before moving to Wyoming to do advocacy work with her mother' tribe on the Wind River Reservation.
Her work with the reservation inspired her to run for public office in 2020 to bring about the changes needed to help Native American communities in Wyoming.
She also works with the organization "Not Our Native Daughters" to combat human trafficking.
• Where Lynnette Grey Bull grew up
• The work Lynnette has done in the Wind River Reservation
• What inspired Lynnette to run for office in 2020
• Which changes are needed to help Native American communities in Wyoming
• Lynnette Grey Bull's platform running for office in 2020
• Which problems Native American students face in higher education
• How Lynnette developed during her campaign
• What the organization "Not Our Native Daughters" does
• Advice for women running for public office
"I would like to see our state move towards equality and inclusion for Native Americans." - Lynnette Grey Bull