Rosalyn is an award winning Indigenous writer, ethnobotanist and environmental justice activist with a BA in physics and PhD in environmental history.
Rosalyn regularly speaks on her life-long work to revitalize Indigenous languages, strengthen traditional knowledge, and seek environmental justice within Indigenous communities.
She has been an invited speaker at national universities, including: Harvard University, Brown University, University of Wisconsin at Madison and others; conferences; and, within Indigenous communities by the Kainai Environmental Protection Association, Crystal Creek Lodge and many others.
Speaking Engagements 2019-2020 (Select)
October 17-19, 2019, “Academic Career Round Table,” Western History Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
October 24, 2019, The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University, Fall Lecture Series.
October 27, 2019, “Environmental Justice,” 4th annual ‘Race, Equity, and Justice’ Conference, Bozeman, MT.
November 19-22, 2019, Mokuloa Honua (Global Center for Indigenous Languages) Symposium, University of Hawaiʻi, Hilo, HI.