"The path to one’s strength, pride, integrity and wisdom often starts with a vision as a child. Our children may be granted visions in many ways. Often it is through a teacher with a pure heart."
Inspiring Tomorrow’s American Indian Health Providers
Our Mission: "To inspire and empower underserved Native American children and young adults with medical knowledge and opportunities."
Catherine Larkins

Catherine grew up in Arkansas and Texas. She received a BS degree in Home Economics from the University of North Texas in 1975 and a BA degree in Political Science from the University of Arkansas in 2018.

In 1982 -1984 she worked with Coconino County Department of Public Health in Flagstaff, Arizona in the Women, Infants, and Children program, which involved travelling throughout Coconino County and frequent contact with the native community. Later she worked in senior and community nutrition programs in Texas and Minnesota.

Most recently she worked in finance and administration at the University of Colorado for 17 years, including working with the Center for Native Oral Health Research at the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Currently she is retired and living in Southwest Colorado.

Contact Info

  • Asniya.org
    PO Box 9746
    Rapid City, SD, 57709

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