Stevie Rose Tohdacheeny Lee (Diné)
Associate Director | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Native American Initiatives
What I do
Stevie Rose Tohdacheeny Lee (Diné), PhD., is originally from Shiprock, New Mexico, located in the Navajo Nation. Currently, Stevie serves as the Associate Director | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Native American Initiatives at the University of Denver. She works in the capacity of providing support for current Native American/Indigenous undergraduate and graduate students with the goal of academic success, retention, and graduation while helping to create a community founded upon social and cultural support.
Stevie is also an alum ('10, MA) and a proud member of the Indigenous Affinity Alumni Group. Lastly, Stevie's personal interests are being outdoors and an avid marathon runner (55+).
Stevie is a current Ph.D. candidate in the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver. Her research passions and professional interests both focus on the areas of enhancing our educational systems to increase access, equity, and persistence with Native communities within higher education.