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About Kyle Ethelbah

Prior to coming to the U, Kyle held positions at the University of Arizona, serving as the Director of Native American Student Affairs and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, serving as the Director of Adult Educational Services and Educational Talent Search.  Kyle is currently the Chair Elect for the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE), a nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering the expansion of college opportunities for low-income, first-generation students, and students with disabilities in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., the Pacific Islands, and Puerto Rico. Kyle is a proud member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe in Central, Eastern, Arizona.

Show Highlights

  • A personal account of what it means to be an American Indian working in education
  • Helping other students of color be successful/mentorship
  • Kyle’s journey to college
  • Returning to TRIO as a college grad
  • Kyle’s advocacy on a national, regional, and local scale
  • What’s next for Kyle

Connect with Kyle

Facebook: Kyle Ethelbah

Twitter: @kyleethelbah

LinkedIn: Kyle Ethelbah

Email: [email protected]

Additional Resources

Humans of the U: Kyle Ethelbah

Council for Opportunity in Education

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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