Indigenous Alumni Alliance

Indigenous Alumni Alliance

About Us

Our Mission

The Baylor Indigenous Alumni Alliance is focused on connecting generations of self-identifying Indigenous Baylor alumni with the purpose of creating an intertribal community. This community will provide cultural and professional networking support to current Indigenous students, create opportunities for future generations of Indigenous students at Baylor, and serve as a host of Indigenous visibility, and advocacy in the broader Baylor community.

We hope to develop and maintain an annual plan of programs, activities, and events. This group is dedicated to making an impact in the lives of Indigenous scholars while working with Baylor University leadership to promote cultural conciliation. We will focus on membership, scholarship, cultural education, and cultural support.


If you are Indigenous (unrecognized/state/federally recognized tribal affiliation, descendant, or reconnecting), please consider joining us for a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, August 10 at 6:30 p.m. CT. Use the link below to register and receive the meeting link.

Register to Join

Upcoming Dates

Click here for access to meeting minutes from the virtual Baylor Indigenous Alumni Alliance meeting held on July 14, 2022.


  • Mariah Humphries, M.T.S.
  • Lori Baker, Ph.D.
  • Stephanie Lefthand, MSW, SWC
  • Heather Willis, LMSW

Get Involved

We invite you to participate in the Baylor Indigenous Alumni Alliance!

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