Consider the remarkable list of A'dae's accomplishments in the last month.
- A'dae's editorial, FDA’s Proposed Produce Rules Disregard Tribal Sovereignty and Federal Case Law was published on the national online news service, Food Safety News on Sept. 27, 2013.
- She was interviewed by Susan Youmans for the radio broadcast, What's For Dinner? This informative interview discusses food sovereignty, food security, and the potential impact of the new produce food safety rules on many tribes.
- A'dae delivered a presentation, Food Safety and Tribes, during a Plenary session at the First Nations Development Institute's LEAD conference for non-profit and Tribal food businesses. Also at the First Nations conference, she participated in the formation of the Native American Food Alliance.
- She was interviewed by Al Jeezera America recently regarding the resurgence of Indigenous Food systems.
- Last week, she delivered a presentation to the National Congress of American Indians titled Food and the Tribal Economy.
A'dae has a remarkable list of accomplishments and service to indigenous peoples including serving as Special Assistant to the Governor, Pueblo de Cochiti; Grant writer, Big Valley Rancheria; Education Director, California Tribal TANF Partnership; Director of Native Vote 2006, National Congress of American Indians; Tribal Advocate, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community; Legislative Correspondent, Office of Senator Pete Domenici; Assistant for Permanent Forum on Indigenous Affairs, The United Nations.
A'dae received her J.D. degree from Arizona State University College of Law where she participated in the Arizona State University American Indian Legal Program and the VITA Tax Preparation Program. She served as the Arizona State Lead for MTV Rock the Vote and co-founded Native-Poll-Ooza, Inc. A'dae received her B.A. from Princeton University with a major in Public and International Affairs. She served as President of the Native Americans at Princeton.