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2020
Bush Fellowship

Eagan, MN — Vayong Moua was told from an early age that he was his ancestors’ wildest dream. He takes that responsibility seriously as a son, parent and public health leader with a powerful vision for health equity.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Waite Park, MN — Amie Schumacher believes that faith and science, working together, can break the silence, shame and generational cycle of childhood trauma.

2019
Bush Fellowship

White Bear Lake, MN — Ia Xiong is passionate about addressing multicultural considerations in trauma-informed care.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Fort Yates, ND — Jana Gipp (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe) is driven by the health of her community.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Moorhead, MN — Jeannie Krull intends to bring life-changing assistive technology to people with disabilities throughout North Dakota, Minnesota and the Native nations that share the same geography.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Oakdale, MN — Maisha Giles wants to pioneer new strategies to cultivate black female leaders in the public sector.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Sioux Falls, SD — Michaela Seiber (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate) wants South Dakota to be a more welcoming, supportive place for LGBTQ people.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Proctor, MN — Miigis Gonzalez (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe) believes that Indigenous culture is at the root of wellness.

2018
Bush Fellowship

Sioux Falls, SD — Dr. Benson Hsu wants to revolutionize rural health care.

2018
Bush Fellowship

Medina, MN — Yende Anderson has a bold vision to address the shortage of primary care physicians in the region and the lack of diversity in the profession.

2017
Bush Fellowship

Saint Paul, MN — Ahmed Hassan wants to create a model of mental health delivery that is more compatible with the cultural beliefs, attitudes and needs of immigrants and refugees.

2017
Bush Fellowship

Falcon Heights, MN — Brenda Hartman has lived nearly three decades longer than expected after receiving a stage 4 cancer diagnosis. Over those years, she has devoted herself to addressing the social, emotional and spiritual aspects of the cancer experience.