Weeya Michelle Smith
Educator, Storyteller, Author & Artist
Native American Museums
NCAI - National Congress of American Indians
AAIA - Association on American Indian Affairs
WIEA - Wisconsin Indian Education Association
WEAC - Wisconsin Education Association Council
NEA - National Education Association
IACA - Indian Arts and Crafts Association
TOTA - Trail of Tears Association (Alabama Division)
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Weeya Michelle Smith - Artist, Storyteller, Educator & Author
Weeya Michelle Smith has a BA in Art Education with a Masters in Technology Integration. Annually she presents to Elementary, Middle and High Schools in the Wisconsin area about Southeast Woodland People. She attends Living History Events and Rendezvous representing Southeast Woodland People as a storyteller and presenter in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, & Indiana. Weeya is a Lifetime certified Art teacher K - 12 in Wisconsin and a Lifetime Certified Art teacher in Louisiana.
Weeya is also a board member of the Woodland Indian Art Show & Market. She is also their technology administrator, handling their website and social media presence.
Weeya Michelle Smith currently sits on the Board of a community organization. It is a community service organization called The Medicine Way and is an outreach service to abused women and their families in the Native American community and surrounding communities.
Weeya is a tribal citizen of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama, an official state recognized tribe. The tribe is recognized through the Alabama State Legislatures, the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission and the Federal Government Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990. Being a tribal citizen of an official state recognized tribe guarantees all her artwork is Native American made. She is also a member of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association in good standing and has the backing of the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission.
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