Sedonna Goeman-Shulsky

Working with tribal communities towards environmental justice

Sedonna Goeman-Shulsky (Tonawanda Band of Seneca descent) is a Ph.D. student at UCLA in the Institute of Environment and Sustainability. Her current research interests include the meaning of access to land/water and relationships between humans and non-humans. Broad areas of intrigue are Indigenous archaeology, environmental change, Native American studies, and marine ecology. Sedonna graduated from UC Santa Barbara, where she majored in anthropology with an emphasis in archaeology. She plans to pursue a career in academia to support Indigenous students and communities in their research goals.