Stacy Hammer; is Bdewakantunwan (Spirit Lake Dwellers) Dakota and comes from Cansayapi (Where They Paint the Trees Red), otherwise known as Lower Sioux. Stacy is currently working as the Director of Community Health and Registered Dietitian for the LSIC. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Minnesota State University, Mankato and completed her Graduate Dietetic Internship program from the University of Delaware. One of Stacy’s roles involves serving as the Lower Sioux Title VI Director, responsible for administering the Nutrition requirements and menu planning for the Elder Nutrition Program. Her collaborative work with the American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) has focused on efforts to normalize healthy eating within American Indian Communities in Minnesota, along with the development of the Healthy Native Foods Toolkit and the Ordering Nutritious & Indigenous Foods Guidelines and Checklist. Further collaboration with AICAF and the Lower Sioux Health and Human Services Advisory Committee (LSHHSAC) has involved working towards positive policy, systems and environmental changes within the LSIC through healthy and indigenous foods policy development and implementation. Stacy enjoys working both individually and as a team with clients of all ages and educating on a variety of nutrition related conditions, such as diabetes prevention and management.