Sutton King, MPH, Nāēqtaw-Pianakiw (comes first woman), is Afro-Indigenous and a descendent of the Menominee and Oneida Nations of Wisconsin. She is a graduate of CMSV and NYU School of Global Public Health. She holds a bachelors in Psychology, a minor in Sociology and a masters in Public Health. She is an internationally recognized Indigenous rights activist, public speaker, published researcher and social entrepreneur dedicated to developing and scaling innovative solutions to improve Indigenous health equity across sectors. Her focus centers access and benefit sharing and culturally appropriate methodologies within technology, healthcare and business.