Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier, Red Wind Women (Misko Nudin Ikwe), an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, is a clinical psychologist specializing in Indigenous behavioral health and healing. She co-owns Seven Stone: Center for Behavioral Health & Healing. She’s also the founder and CEO of GenerationArt, an organization located in her tribal community of Belcourt, ND. Dr. Jollie-Trottier established GenerationArt to provide a space to mobilize her tribal community by strengthening cultural identity, resiliency, and leadership through expressive art. She’s a member of Minot State University Board of Regents. She served on the North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities Advisory Council. Dr. Jollie-Trottier was awarded the Bush Foundation Fellowship from 2016-2018; and the Minot State University Young Alumni Achievement Award in 2015 for her work in Indian Country.
Counties served (figures taken from 2018 census): Rolette County, population 14,301; Towner County, population 2,192; Benson County, population 6,962; Eddy County, population 2,313; Cavalier County, population 3,829; Ramsey County, population 11,481