UNITY Regional Profile
The Southeast Region consists of geographical areas and the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, West Virginia and Virginia . The Western region has 20 affiliated youth councils in 12 states within the UNITY Network.
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Southheast Regional Representative: Evynn Richardson
Evynn Richardson is an enrolled member of the Haliwa Saponi Tribe. Ms. Richardson is the Vice President and Southeast Regional Representative to the National UNITY Executive Committee
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Evynn Richardson, Vice President & Southeast Representative
National UNITY Council Executive Committee
You are welcomed here!
Nahą:pipi:Good day relatives! Here you will find information pertaining to the Southeastern region’s activities, events, and other vital information through current representative, Evynn Richardson, and other members of the National Unity Council Executive Committee.
Who does the Unity Southeastern region represent?
The Unity Southeastern region includes Alabama, Arkansa, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia!
What does the Southeastern regional representative do?
The Southeastern regional representative works to build connections among the states they represent and being the bridge between Unity and the region’s youth councils. It is the representatives job to help provide the resources and tools to Native youth in the region to build successful community ties and encourage individuals to be their best selves spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially.
How do I contact the Southeastern regional representative?
You can contact Evynn Richardson at email@example.com 丨southeast@unityinc.org 丨(252)813-6968.
Biography of Evynn Richardson, Southeast Representative
Evynn Richardson, also known by her given name, Ksé:hahiyé, is an enrolled member of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe of North Carolina and holds relations with the Nansemond Nation of Virginia. Being an active member in her community, she has held various positions on the North Carolina Native American Youth Organization, WeRNative, Native Action Network and the National UNITY Council Executive Committee. Through these positions she has built many connections that have opened various opportunities for her to build initiatives revolving around giving back to her community. Evynn has worked as a Remembering Our Sisters fellow through the Center for Native American Youth to promote the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit movement through media and is currently working on organizing a database of Indigenous mental health services and resources to target the mental health crisis among Native youth. Being a full-time student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she hopes to pursue her interests of non-profit management and art to give back to her community in whatever capacity she can. It is Evynn’s hope to continue to serve Native youth, build tribal connections, engage youth involvement, and inspire positive change in the areas that she represents and beyond as the Southeastern Representative and Vice-President of the NUCEC.
Southeast Region Youth Councils
- Poarch Creek Youth Council
- Seminole Tribe Youth Council
- Yamassee Youth Council
- Tunica-Biloxi Youth Council
- Coushatta Tribe
- HUYGI Youth Coucil
- Sovereign Youth Council
- Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana
- Rising Sun Youth Group
- Chahta Alla Youth Council
- Eastern Band of Cherokee Youth Council
- Talented American Indian Leaders’ Student UNITY Council
- NC Native American Youth Organization (NCNAYO)
- Red Earth Youth Council
- Haliwa Saponi Tribal Youth Council
- Waccamaw Siouan Drum Circle Youth Council
- Cherokee Youth Council
- NASA – Native American Student Association
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“Our YOUTH is the future!”
“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.”
“Great organization that allows empowerment for the Native youth to excel in leadership skills, networking opportunity, and early professional growth.”
“Awesome for youth group & leadership.”