Lyndale Curley (Diné) is the Executive Director of Interwoven, a Native American community-based organization located on the Navajo Nation that provides advocacy, education and training, case management, and linkage to care for LGBTQ men and women located on the Navajo Nation. Diagnosed in October 2010 from years of underground work. A member of NMAC-TBLOC, Positively Trans, Transgender Law Center, PWNUSA and National Native HIV Network as well as a campaign manager to the first Native American Transgender Presidential Candidate with the Navajo Nation.
Has an educational background in Business Management and is very culturally as wells as traditionally driven by her Navajo heritage. Was able to share her faith at several opening and closing events with prayers in her language, presented as a panelist with PWNUSA webinar, National Native Leaders Network, and Tribal Hep C/STD/HIV Conference.
I am collaborating with a member of NNLN and a post doctoral degree at U.N.L.V. producing medical studies of Hormone Therapy and PrEP. Afterwards we plan to work towards a data collection of Native American Transgender in separation from MSM.