Karen Buller is a registered member of the Comanche Nation and a longtime resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
She has served as Native American consultant to many diplomatic missions both here in the US and abroad, as Founder and Executive Director of NITI, a Native American Tech company, as Secretary of national and local chapters of the ACLU, and currently serves as Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Santa Fe Indian Center.
Karen is a standing member of OHI's Advisory Board and past contributor to Four Winds Journal (Art as Activism, Fall 2017).
Maya Horton is a visual artist based in NY. Her work is inspired by the stories and archetypes embedded in land, plant and animal medicine, mythology and collective memory. Drawing and painting has always been a way for her to navigate paradoxes and nuance, by exploring details that both contain and comprise the whole.
She recently spent six months as artist-in-residence at Stony Point Center in the Hudson Valley, and wrote an article about the art she created there and her relationship with black vultures as a sociopolitical lens on Trump's America. You can read that article here.