Cora Tso

Vice President

SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR COLLEGE OF LAW AT ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Yá'át'ééh! Shi éí Lok'áa' Diné'é dóó Tsináajinii baashishchiin. Tódichiinii éí dashicheii dóó Kinłichiinii éí dashinalí. Shaantó'hó dée naashá.

Hello! My name is Cora Tso. I am a member of the Navajo Nation. I am of the Reed People clan, born for the Black-Streaked Wood clan. My maternal grandfather is of the Bitterwater clan and my paternal grandfather is of the Red House clan. 

I am from the small community of Shonto in Northeastern Arizona on the Navajo reservation. I graduated from Page High School in 2013. In May 2017, I earned my bachelors in Political Science and American Indian Studies from the Barrett, Honors College at Arizona State University. Currently, I am a third-year law student at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. My legal interests are Federal Indian Law, Corporate Law, and Water Law.

Reach cora: nnalsa.vicepresident@gmail.com

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