April Ignacio

Founder, Indivisible Tohono

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April is Tohono O’odham and a mother to five (5). She studied religious studies and history at the University of Arizona but is especially proud of her Associates Degree from the Tohono O’odham Community College. April is a community organizer through the arts, is in the beginning stages of her research of Tohono O’odham – Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and volunteers at the local tribal jail as a writing/life skills instructor. April is also a founding member of Indivisible Tohono, a grassroots organization that provides opportunities for civic engagement and education for members of her Nation.