Great Lakes Organizer
Bronson Herman (he/him) is an unaffiliated Ojibway, who has been experiencing his own “Anishnaabe awakening.” He has a Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Humanities and Spanish from Michigan State University. Additionally, he holds Certificates in Indigenous Canada from the University of Alberta and Curanderismo: Traditional Healing of the Mind, Energy and Spirit from the University of New Mexico.
Previously, Bronson worked in the fields of immigration law, disability law, and civil litigation, survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault support services as well as victims of crime advocacy throughout Metro Detroit. He is a proponent for the power of international education, second language acquisition, social justice initiatives and being a conscientious traveler wherever he goes.