The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition welcomes Minot resident Tawny Cale to the Board of Directors.
Tawny (Trottier) Cale is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as well as a descendant of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and the Spirit Lake Nation. After graduating from Rugby High School, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Mayville State University and taught high school English for one year. Tawny organized the 2019 Women’s March Minot and is a 2018 alumni of the NEW Leadership Program. Tawny, her husband Tyrel, and their four children live at Minot Air Force Base where Tyrel is serving in the North Dakota Air National Guard.
Cale’s immediate responsibilities as a member of the Board includes serving the Executive Board as Secretary and Co-Chairing the Development subcommittee.
The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition is a statewide, membership-based organization established to increase the visibility of human rights needs and violations, and to change laws and attitudes that stand as barriers to residents within North Dakota who do not currently enjoy their full rights.