Sophie Tiger (Comanche Tribe of Oklahoma) is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma but also from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. She currently serves as a White House Tribal Youth Ambassador, honorary UNITY Earth Ambassador, Gen-I Youth Ambassador, and Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) Youth Ambassador. She is also serving as the Southern Plains Representative on the National UNITY Executive Committee for the 2015-2016 term. From being a part of the first inaugural class of the White House Youth Ambassadors and a member of the White House Tribal Youth Gathering Steering Committee, Sophie has been actively involved with Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) since the initiative was launched by President Obama at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in December of 2014. She uses her experience in leadership roles to devote her time to contribute to the change within her own community as she was apart of the development of a drug free youth empowerment initiative that is supported by the Native community in Comanche Country. During her time at the Tribal Nations Conference, Sophie had the opportunity to bring awareness of this initiative at the national level with her fellow ambassadors. As a 2015 Gates Millennium Scholar, she is now a freshman at Arizona State University in hopes of obtaining her degree in Public Policy and Public Service specializing in Native American Affairs with a minor in communication. Sophie always looks forward to networking with youth from across the country in hopes of making a change within Indian Country.