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Learn About the HTWCEA Staff

Executive Director

Carey is Tsu’wungwa (Rattlesnake Clan) from the village of Lower Moencopi. She received her bachelor’s degree in Community Health Promotion from Northern Arizona.

Carey was a long time board member prior to becoming the director in 2015.

Her passions align with the coalition in advocating for a violent free community. She loves spending time with family, crafting and traveling.

Carey Onsae-Namoki
Director of Training & Technical Assistance

Kara is Kookyang’wungwa (Spider Clan) from the Village of Tewa. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver.

Kara enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing board games and traveling.

As the Director of Training & Technical Assistance, Kara will develop, implement and facilitate ongoing training and technical assistance with our program partners, first responders, victim advocates, and more to address effective responses to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and sex trafficking in the Hopi and Tewa community.

Kara Lavender
Office Manager

Roxanne has been with the Hopi-Tewa Women’s Coalition for 11 as the Office Manager. She is Omauw’wungwa from the village of Songopavi. She is a proud mother of two, loves planning family events and spending time with family, and loves her two pets, Bailey and Emmy.

Roxanne Josyesva
Membership & Outreach Coordinator

Larson is Tobacco Clan from the Village of Tewa and is born for the Navajo Deer Spring People of his father. 

Larson is charged with coordinating the Membership Program of HTWCEA and provides community outreach on domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, sex trafficking & stalking. 

Aside from work he is also a cake decorator & baker & Hopi-Tewa Potter who enjoys traveling and helping in the community. 

Larson Goldtooth
Communications Specialist

Danielle is Aswungwa (Mustard Flower Clan) from the village of Sichomovi. She received her B.S. in Communication from Arizona State's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. 

She enjoys helping local non-profits & small businesses manage their websites & social media. Her hobbies are digital art, computers, knitting & ranching. She loves teaching, coaching & lifting weights. 

She is excited to use her prior work & skills to expand HTWCEA's reach & exposure. 

Danielle Ami

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