Trisha Lee Cook
Trisha Lee Cook has been a Headwater's Fund of the Sacred Circle grants committee member since 2007. Additionally, Ms. Cook has been involved in social justice activities since her youth. Ms. Cook has served as a St. Paul Public Schools Indian Education Parent Committee Member, as Vice-Chair on the Board of Directors for the American Indian OIC of Minneapolis, a member of the Tiwahe Endowment Committee and a past member of the MN Chapter of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy. She has participated in countless events in the past 20 years regarding American Indian Mascots and is deeply committed to being green. Previously she has worked as the Member Services Associate for the MN Council on Foundations, as a development consultant and at St. Cloud State University American Indian Center and Department of Human Relations. Ms. Cook (Red Lake Chippewa) grew up in south Minneapolis and now lives on the other side of the river in St. Paul with her family.