Debbie Guerrero– (Tlingit/Snohomish/Cowlitz) is a Research Assistant and Outreach Coordinator for the Native Wellness Research Center at the University of Washington in Seattle.
She is considered a Community Resource and conducts sweat lodge ceremonies for women who need healing and support as they endure life on life’s terms. She is a member of the Native American Church, and attends on a regular basis.
Debbie is also a Sundancer. She is widely acknowledged for her beautiful singing of traditional songs while playing the Native American drum or rattle. She is the mother of three grown children and an active Leader in the Native Community in Seattle. Her passion is working with Indigenous Healers and empowering women.