Speaker to Discuss ‘Sovereignty and Ethics in Tribal Government’ March 30

PULLMAN, Wash. — Victoria Adele Santana will discuss “Sovereignty and Ethics in Tribal Government” March 30 at Washington State University.

The free, public lecture begins at 2 p.m. in Todd Hall, Room 320.

A Montana State Bar member, Santana is experienced in legal, community and educational fields and conducts workshops on legal and other matters for federal, state and tribal officials in New Mexico.

Santana also was a part-time instructor at Blackfeet Community College, Browning, Mont., where she taught customary and federal Indian law.

The graduate of Fort Wright College of the Holy Names, Spokane, earned her legal degree from the University of New Mexico School of Law.

The series co-sponsors include the WSU Chicano Latino Faculty and Staff Association, Edward R. Murrow School of Communication and Human Relations and Diversity.

Santana is being recognized for Women’s History Month for her accomplishments and contributions to American life. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Women of Courage and Vision.”