Sep 25, 2020
Meet traveler, friend and former colleague Robin Little Wing Sigo, a member of the Suquamish Tribe. Her community is located near Seattle, in fact the city itself was named after famous Suquamish leader Chief Seattle. Robin is Director of the Suquamish Foundation, sits on Tribal Council, and travels frequently to represent her community. Robin talks about her childhood, what led her into political work and travel, about the annual Tribal Canoe Journeys and more. She also shares about her international trips, that time she hugged President Obama, and why home is still her favorite place on Earth.
What You’ll Learn
About Robin Little Wing Sigo
Tribal Councilwoman, researcher, story catcher and mom to four incredible humans. Indigenous traveler for work, social justice and to fulfill her ancestors desire to connect, enjoy and learn from others. #InspiredNativeNotNativeInspired
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