Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox

Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox, PhD (Comanche/Cherokee), is an enrolled citizen of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, research professor of American Indian Studies (AIS), and an affiliated faculty in Gender and Women Studies at the University of Arizona. At the University of Arizona, she previously has served as head of AIS, associate director of AIS, assistant vice-president for minority student affairs, and associate to the president for Indian affairs. Her scholarly activities are focused on American Indian education, particularly higher education and AIS, and American Indian women’s issues. She has numerous publications and over thirty-five years of experience working in higher education and with Native organizations, communities, and tribes.

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