Dr. Georgia Tsingine, comes from the Hopi and Navajo Nations. Dr. Tsingine’s clans are Massawu (Fire), Pipwuwang(Tobacco), Sand Clan and Bibitoni (Deer Spring Water). Dr. Tsingine completed her Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Arizona State University, Masters of Public Health in Minority Health from the University of Arizona, and Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine. In addition earned a Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration from the University of Colorado, at Denver. Dr. Tsingine completed an internship and residency at Banner Good Samaritan in Family Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Tsingine has over 15 years in experience in Occupational Medicine and Primary Care. Dr. Tsingine has served in leadership roles as Medicine Staff President at Tribal health care organizations, has mentored pre-medical and pre-health professions students, and enjoys playing basketball with her team XFACTOR.
Natalie O’Neal is a member of the Ft. Peck Assiniboine & Sioux tribes of Montana. She played college basketball and completed her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology and went on to obtain a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2006. She has been an active part of the American Indian community as an advocate for health and wellness. She currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Natalie is the Program Director of the Pima Medical Institute Physical Therapy Assistant Program. She is a board certified Geriatric Specialist and had dedicated her career to promoting health and wellness with minority and underserved clients. Natalie is a national speaker & researcher for disease prevention and health promotion with Native Americans. She has two children with her husband and college sweetheart, Charles O’Neal. She has participated in powwow dancing her entire life and also coaches youth sports of basketball and volleyball.