Nadine Padilla is Navajo and Pueblo (Isleta/Laguna) from Bluewater Lake, NM. She began working with SAGE Council as a community organizer in 2006 working on Native American healthcare and environmental issues. She currently serves as the Coordinator for the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE), a coalition of grassroots organizations working to address the uranium legacy that still plagues many communities.
Nadine served as a Field Organizer for the Navajo Nation, McKinley County, and Zuni Pueblo during the 2008 Obama Campaign. Nadine graduated from Fort Lewis College with degrees in Political Science and Sociology. She is a graduate student of Communications through Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington and wants to pursue a career in journalism.
Nadine also enjoys watching movies, reading, and hanging out with friends. She likes taking long roadtrips, camping, and trying new foods.
<<Check out an article in The Nation on Nadine's work in the Obama campaign: Nation. >>