Fargo, ND—Native Nations Rebuilders Program (cohort 5) - Prairie Rose is a descendent of the Sahnish/Arikara, Northern Cheyenne, Mandan, Lakota, and Dakota Nations. Seminole has a long-standing commitment to community service. Her parents, Lynette and Delbert Seminole, were prominent activists in several justice issues. Prairie Rose has over 15 years of community organizing experience. She is a former chair of the Fargo Human Relations Commission, which she served on from 2001 to 2010. In 2012, as a Native vote director in North Dakota, Prairie Rose worked across the state engaging Native voters toward breaking records at the polls and electing a United States senator. In 2013, her nation recognized her as Arikara Woman of the Year. Prairie Rose currently works as a cultural advisor with Sanford Health and is an environmental community organizer with Dakota Resource Council, a nonprofit that works to responsibly develop energy in North Dakota.