Sutton King, N??qtaw-Pianakiw (comes first woman), MPH, Afro-Indigenous, descendent of the Menominee and Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, is a graduate of NYU School of Global Public Health. As an internationally recognized Indigenous rights activist, public health advocate and social entrepreneur she is dedicated to developing and scaling innovative solutions to improve Indigenous health equity across sectors. Her advocacy centers mental health, women’s rights, bioculture conservation, and access and benefit sharing for Indigenous people. For the last decade, she has implemented culturally appropriate and equitable methodologies within healthcare, technology, and philanthropy for Indigenous communities. Sutton is the co-founder and President of Urban Indigenous Collective, an Indigenous lead public health NGO supporting access to culturally-tailored health and wellness services for self-identified Indigenous peoples in Lenapehoking (NYC) and the greater NYC area (NY, NJ, CT, PA) through community-based participatory research, advocacy, community programming, and direct services.