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NORINE HILL, ONEIDA NATION OF THE THAMES
FOUNDER OF MOTHER NATION
~ Dawn Karima
Norine Hill, Founder of Mother Nation created
the vision to support the success of Native
Sisters by way of cultural prayers and
Sisterhood during times of crisis. The
vision created a Sisterhood of Native women with Haudenosaunee (People of the Longhouse) teachings of Respect, Friendship, and trust. Elders came forward to support the vision and became the Board of Directors. Norine was appointed by the Board as the Chief Executive Officer months later. Within a year, Native Women In Need became a non-profit charitable 501 (C) (3) organization later changing its name to reflect its growth to Mother Nation.
Norine has over 25 years of Executive Management experience building non-profits, cultural programs, networking and collaborations with various Tribal entities while managing and building infrastructure. Norine is a survivor of multi-abuse trauma, homelessness, and alcoholism. Her strong leadership, faith and love for her Native Sisters elevated the volunteer group to a non-profit charitable organization covering Washington and beyond. Norine lives a traditional lifestyle in recovery for 15 years free from drugs and alcohol. She continues to create partnerships, collaborations and networking to ensure Native women have the support necessary to fulfill their goals.
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