Pacific Region

UNITY Regional Profile

The Pacific Region consists of geographical areas and the states of California and Hawaii. The Pacific region has 40 affiliated youth councils in 2 states within the UNITY Network.

2022 SPRING Pacific VIRTUAL MEET-UP
2021 Fall Pacific Virtual Meet-Up

UNITY News: Pacific Updates

15 Feb: Indigenous Parenting

UNITY Peer Guide Leticia Gonzales attended a “motherhood and fatherhood is sacred” class that focuses on Indian parenting. The Owens…

Pacific Regional Representative: Kaytlynn Johnston

Kaytlynn Johnston is an enrolled member of the Bishop Paiute Tribe. Ms. Johnston is the Pacific Regional Representative to the National UNITY Executive Committee

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Who does the UNITY Pacific Region Represent?

The Pacific Region is California and Hawaii; in these two incredible states there are 110 federally recognized tribes and with 81 seeking recognition.

Biography of Kaytlynn Johnson Pacific Regional Representative

Kaytlynn Johnston is an enrolled member of the Bishop Paiute Tribe of California. She was re-elected as the Pacific Region Representative. She is the daughter of Carrie and Tony Brown and the granddaughter to the late Jennette Kay Barlow and Kenneth Ray Jones Sr. She is currently a senior at Bishop Union High School. She absolutely loves volunteering and bettering her community in any way she can and being apart of the Bishop Tribal Youth Council serving as the Female Co-President.
Being the Pacific Region Representative gives her the opportunity to be a role model for other native youth in the Pacific Region as well as a role model within native communities across the United States. I’m beyond excited to start this chapter of being the Pacific Representative and getting to meet all of the different youth councils within my region. Don’t be afraid to reach out I’m here to be your voice!

PACIFIC REGION

Kaytlynn Johnston, Pacific Regional Representative

pacific@unityinc.org

National UNITY Council Executive Committee

nucec@unityinc.org

Pacific Region Youth Councils

  1. Agua Caliente Young Adults
  2. Tule River Youth Council
  3. Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indian Youth Council
  4. Soboba Youth Council
  5. Bishop Tribal Youth Council
  6. Tribal Youth Ambassadors
  7. San Manuel Youth Committee
  8. Tachi-Yokut Youth Council
  9. Coyote Valley Youth Council
  10. San Diego Inter-Tribal UNITY Youth Council
  11. West Coast Native Youth
  12. San Pasqual Native Youth Council
  13. Wiyot Youth Council
  14. Bay Area Inter-Tribal Youth Council
  15. Santa Ynez Chumash
  16. UAIC UNITY Youth Council
  17. InterTribal Youth Council of Orange County
  18. Viejas Youth Leaders
  19. Morongo Band of Mission Indians Youth Council
  20. Future Generations TRTC
  21. United Ata’axum Youth Council
  22. Torres Martinez Youth Council
  23. Susanville Unity Youth Council
  24. Round Valley UNITY Youth Council
  25. ACORN
  26. Big River Youth Council
  27. Cedarville Rancheria
  28. Hoopa Valley Tribal Jr. Youth Council
  29. La Jolla GENERATIONS Program
  30. Sacramento Native TANF Youth council
  31. SCTCA Native Youth Success Program
  32. Sherman Indian High School
  33. Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians
  34. Southern California Native Youth
  35. Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
  36. Table Mountain Rancheria Youth Council
  37. Tuolumne MeWuk TANF
  38. UNITY Youth Council of Kings County
Crystal
Crystal

“Being here with UNITY is such a great experience. You get to meet so many new people and learn more about different tribes and their cultures.””

Marisa
Marisa

“The gathering, the sharing of cultures, the UNITY of our people!”

Greg
Greg

“Our YOUTH is the future!”

Fefe
Fefe

“It’s the best place to be open about what you think and what you want to do for your school or community. They make you feel like family and welcome you openly.”

Darlene
Darlene

“Great organization that allows empowerment for the Native youth to excel in leadership skills, networking opportunity, and early professional growth.”

Kay
Kay

“Awesome for youth group & leadership.”