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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR and MANAGER, TRIBAL HEALTH PROGRAM
Other University of Arizona positions:
ASSISTANT RESEARCH PROFESSOR, UDALL CENTER FOR STUDIES IN PUBLIC POLICY
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PUBLIC HEALTH and AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES GRADUATE PROGRAM
CO-DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
Stephanie Russo Carroll (formerly Rainie) (Ahtna) is Assistant Research Professor, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy (UC); Associate Director and Manager – Tribal Health Program, the Native Nations Institute (NNI) at the UC; Assistant Professor, Public Health Policy and Management Program at the Community, Environment and Policy Department, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH); Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies Graduate Interdisciplinary Program; and Co-Director, Center for Indigenous Environmental Health Research, MEZCOHP at the University of Arizona (UA).
Stephanie's research explores the links between Indigenous governance, data, the environment, and community wellness. She collaborates with tribal leaders and program staff, researchers, and students at the UA's NNI and CIEHR, and elsewhere. Stephanie mentors numerous staff and students in responsible research practices, research administration, and leadership, among other topics. She also functions as the UC's liaison to the University's Human Subjects Protection Program, monitoring implementation of the guidelines in UC research projects and participating in broader UA discussions of ethical collaborations with Indigenous Peoples and communities.
Stephanie co-founded the US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network and the International Indigenous Data Sovereignty Group at the Research Data Alliance, and is a founding member of the Global Indigenous Data Alliance. Stephanie was also a founding member of the UA's American Indian and Indigenous Health Alliance Club at MEZCOPH and the UA Native Faculty, working to support the recruitment and retention of Indigenous students and faculty at the UA. She is on the faculty advisory board for the UA’s Center for Digital Society and Data Studies and the Executive Committee for the American Indian Studies Graduate Interdisciplinary Program. Stephanie is a founding board member for the Copper River Tribal College in Chitina, Alaska. Stephanie received her AB from Cornell University and MPH and DrPH from MEZCOPH.
Carroll, S.R., Rodriguez-Lonebear, D. and Martinez, A., 2019. Indigenous
Data Governance: Strategies from United States Native Nations. Data
Science Journal, 18(1), p.31. DOI:
Garrison, N. A., Hudson, M., Ballantyne, L. L., Garba, I., Martinez, A.,
Taualii, M., . . .
Rainie, S. C. (2019). Genomic Research Through an
Indigenous Lens: Understanding the Expectations.
Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, 20(1). doi:10.1146/annurev-genom-083118-015434
Lovett, Ray, Vanessa Lee, Tahu Kukutai, Stephanie Carroll Rainie, Jennifer Walker. “Good Data Practices for Indigenous Data Sovereignty,” in Angela Daly, Kate Devitt, & Monique Mann (Eds.), Good Data, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures Inc. ISBN 978-94-92302-27-4. http://networkcultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Good_Data.pdf
Rainie, S.C., Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear, and Andrew Martinez. 2017. Policy Brief: Data Governance for Native Nation Rebuilding. (Version 2). Tucson: Native Nations Institute.
Rainie, S.C., Schultz, J. L., Briggs, E., Riggs, P., Palmanteer-Holder, N. L. 2017. Data as a Strategic Resource: Self-determination, Governance, and the Data Challenge for Indigenous Nations in the United States. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(2), 1-29. Retrieved from: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/iipj/vol8/iss2/1
Schultz, J.L., and S.C. Rainie. 2014. The Strategic Power of Data: A Key Aspect of Sovereignty. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 5(4).
Schultz, J.L., and S.C. Rainie. 2014. Good Data Leads to Good Sovereignty. Indian Country Today. (June 3).
Arsenault, J., and S.C. Rainie. 2009. Tribal management key to improved health services<. Indian Country Today (July 18).
Arsenault, J., S. Cornell, and S.C. Rainie. 2008. Improving Health Care Access in Native American Communities: What Can Tribes Do? Executive summary of a report to the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Tucson: Native Nations Institute.
Rainie, S.C., J. Timeche, K. Dickman, and R. Merideth, eds. 2003. Native Nations, the Environment, and the State of California: Tribal-State Relationships and Environmental Quality. Workshop proceedings. Tucson: Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy.
Rainie, S.C., ed. 2003. Building Native Nations: Environment, Natural Resources, and Governance. Conference proceedings. Tucson: Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy and Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation.
Merideth, R., and S.C. Rainie, eds. 2002. Native American Health and Welfare Policy in and Age of New Federalism. Conference proceedings. Tucson: Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy.